Update: Fairfax County Police have arrested 39-year-old Sharnel Payne, of Washington, D.C., and 24-year-old Domonique Campbell, of Occoquan, for a September armed carjacking at the Springfield Towne Center shopping mall.

Thanks to help from the community, the man and woman responsible for a September 29 carjacking outside the Target store located at 6500 Springfield Mall have been arrested. Originally, police had nothing but convenience store security footage to go on. However, both suspects are now booked and behind bars and we have their mugshots. Fairfax County Police announced the arrest on social media. https://twitter.com/fairfaxpolice/status/925037908016365570 You can read our original article on the carjacking below  --
-- The Fairfax County Police Department is asking for the community's help in tracking down these two carjacking suspects. These two individuals are believed to be responsible for carjacking a woman at knifepoint on September 29 in the lower parking lot next to a Target store at 6500 Springfield Mall. The male and female suspects reportedly worked as a team, with the woman holding the driver at knifepoint and the man pulling the victim out of the car. The two allegedly sped off with the stolen vehicle and even used the victim's credit card at a retail store later that day in Virginia. From the looks of the surveillance footage above, it appears that the stolen credit card was used at a GameStop or similar type of retail store. The stolen vehicle is a tan 2010 Honda CRV with a Virginia license plate, reading "WNX-3508." At this point, the vehicle has still not been recovered. If captured, the suspects will face a number of criminal charges in addition to grand theft auto, including assault, petty theft, and other weapons charges. Anyone with information on these two suspects or the stolen vehicle is encouraged to call Fairfax Police Detective Rich Downham directly at 703-246-7800 or call the department directly at 703-691-2131.  

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