Jaguar stolen in armed robbery
An armed robber stole a black 2013 Jaguar after getting out of the victim's Audi. Supplied picture

A Bull Creek man was threatened with a screwdriver before his black Jaguar was stolen.

Fremantle Detectives are today asking for witnesses into the armed robbery on Friday last week in which the victim received minor injuries.

The 67-year-old victim arrived home in Henry Bull Drive around 6.30pm and saw an unknown grey sedan parked in his driveway.

A police spokeswoman said a man was running from the front door of his home with a crowbar. The stranger fled in the grey sedan.

The victim parked his 2013 black Jaguar sedan in his driveway, leaving the door open and the car running when he saw another man inside his other vehicle, a white Audi sedan parked in his driveway.

The second offender got out of the Audi and approached the victim armed with a screwdriver.

"The offender punched the victim several times before fleeing in the victim’s Jaguar," the police spokeswoman said.

"The victim received minor injuries."

Police are asking anyone with any information on the whereabouts of the 2013, black Jaguar sedan, registration 1ENK238 or any information relating to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The West Australian

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