(1) carjacking is a big worry(2) the victim of a carjacking(3) A woman scientist and mother-of-two who was carjacked and kidnapped by a knife-wielding maniac has spoken of her ordeal for the first time.(4) The threat of carjackings and kidnappings keeps people locked inside their houses.(5) You don't wait for the light simply because there are carjackings .(6) I'm not scared of getting carjacked or driving into the wrong neighborhood.(7) Police say more people are becoming victims of carjackings because thieves cannot bypass sophisticated security systems on modern vehicles.(8) Robbery, which also includes carjackings , across the division has been reduced by more than 50 per cent.(9) In particular, they were seeking offenders behind 18 carjackings and similar crimes in the district so far this year.(10) The Government yesterday came under pressure to take action on street crime following a spate of carjackings and record levels of mobile phone thefts.(11) If there are about 40 actual carjackings involving violence in London a year, and 2.3million cars, this makes a 0.002 percent chance of a car getting carjacked.(12) A mother and son fought off carjackers who tried to snatch the keys to the woman's car as she parked in her drive.(13) A 75-year-old woman was recovering yesterday after falling victim to a gang of carjackers who robbed her of her silver BMW.(14) Moments later, he levels a weapon on another motorist and carjacks his pickup truck, a small white Ford Ranger.(15) A crackdown on criminal syndicates in the past few years has made it safer than it was, though anyone you meet will rattle off a few hair-raising tales of carjackings and robberies.(16) Reports of carjackings , assaults and forced evictions grew today, adding to an impression that recent improvements in security were evaporating.