Anchorage man claims car stolen at knifepoint
If you're reading this, an Anchorage man is hoping you can help find his car. Bill Fuller says someone stole it at knifepoint.
He says he gave a woman a ride home July 20, but when they got to the home, Fuller says a man pulled out a knife.
"He reached his hand in my pocket, started getting the car keys and swinging the knife at me and said, 'I'm going to kill you,' and I said, 'well, I'm dead,'" Fuller told KTVA Thursday night.
Fuller said the man and the woman he gave a ride to, then took off in his car. He went on to say they also took a credit card and ran up about $1,000 in charges. He had medications and other items in the car that he says he wants back.
Anchorage Police confirmed they do have a report on this.
Fuller has an advertisement running in the newspaper where he's offering a reward for information that leads to a conviction in the theft. He tells KTVA it's $1000.
Fuller also posted the incident on the "Stolen Vehicles of Alaska" Facebook page. The car is described as a 2016 white Toyota Camry. The post includes a corrected Alaska license plate of, JEA775.
Fuller is asking people to be on the lookout and call Anchorage Police with any information.
Story correction: Alaska license plate is, JEA775.