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Victim of Car Jacking At Gun Point in Pasco Speaks Out

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PASCO, Wash.-- Police are still looking for a man who car jacked two people at gun point on Wednesday night. On Wednesday we heard from one of the victims.

Terry Burbach tells us he's glad he's still alive, after some scary moments on Wednesday night. Pasco police met up with Burbach at the King City Truck Stop just off Highway 395. 

Burbach was heading home to Burbank, when he says a man asked him for a ride and pointed a gun at him. They then drove around for two hours, until Burbach almost ran out of gas.

The man then got out of the car, and stopped a white truck. Burbach says he saw the man point the gun at the truck driver. Then they both drove off.

Burbach says he's never seen this man before.

"I was thinking about trying to get this guy wherever he wanted to go, get him out of the car, I was thinking about my wife and my kids," said Terry Burbach, one of the car jacking victims.

"He either had some mental problems or maybe some drugs were involved," said Burbach.

Burbach also says the man's clothes were dirty, and he appeared homeless.

Burbach says the suspect is a Hispanic man about 5'7 around 150 pounds. He was wearing a red shirt and dirty jeans, and appeared to be between 25-30 years old.

Originally the man told the Burbach, he was headed to Ritzville. But police say he could be anywhere.

If you have any information you are asked to call the Pasco Police Department.