The Chapel Hill Police Department said it is investigating a report of a carjacking along Raleigh Road Tuesday morning and is working to identify two suspects.

A release from the department said officers responded to a report of a stolen car around 9:30 a.m. at the Exxon gas station and Refuel market at 1010 Raleigh Road. Police said two men drove up in a black Nissan Rogue before one of the suspects got out of the car and held another vehicle owner at gunpoint. The suspect stole a black Mazda CX-5, which Chapel Hill Police described as having a decorative red Arkansas Razorbacks plate on its front end and a Carolina Hurricanes sticker on its back bumper.

There are no reported injuries from the carjacking, according to the police department. No additional information about the incident is available as of Tuesday morning — including the direction in which the suspects’ drove away.

The gas station and service market at 1010 Raleigh Road in Chapel Hill circa 2018. (Photo via Google Maps.)

Investigators are encouraging the Chapel Hill community to look out for the stolen car and to call 911 if it is spotted. Police said they are advising people to not approach the stolen vehicle. Additionally, Tuesday’s alert said anyone who may have more information about the carjacking is encouraged to call 911 or contact the Chapel Hill Police Department directly at 919-968-2760. Callers who wish to remain anonymous can also call Chapel Hill-Carrboro-UNC CrimeStoppers hotline at 919-942-7515 or visit the CrimeStoppers website. does not charge subscription fees, and you can directly support our efforts in local journalism here. Want more of what you see on Chapelboro? Let us bring free local news and community information to you by signing up for our biweekly newsletter.