Rideshare driver carjacked in SF, forced to go to Richmond

No injuries in shooting on I-580 in Richmond Saturday night

A rideshare company driver told police he was carjacked at gunpoint in San Francisco on Saturday and forced to drive to Richmond, where thieves made off with his car, police said today.

The incident occurred around 6:40 p.m. when two suspects, a man and a woman, got into the 26-year-old driver’s car and asked for a ride at 21st Avenue and Anza Street in San Francisco, police said.

The man brandished a gun and ordered the driver to drive to Richmond.

In Richmond, the suspects ordered the driver out of the car, and then fled with the vehicle.

As of this morning, no arrest had been reported in connection with the case.

Bay City News contributed to this report