SAN ANTONIO -

A reported carjacking on the South Side has San Antonio police looking for two men who they said met their victims at a nightclub.

Police answered a 911 call after 1:30 a.m. Friday and found two women at a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant at Pleasanton Road and SW Military Drive.

They said the women told them a man with a gun had driven off with their SUV after hitting one of them in the head with the weapon.

The women also told police they had met that man and another at a nightclub on the Southeast Side and decided to leave with them.

When they stopped at a convenience store at SE Military and Roosevelt Avenue, the women said one of the men climbed into their vehicle and pointed a gun at them.

The victims then traveled to the restaurant about a mile away where they were ordered out of the vehicle.

One of the suspects drove off in the women’s vehicle, a white Ford Expedition, while the other left in their original vehicle, a Chevy Avalanche, police said.

Officers said the woman who was hit in the head with the gun refused medical treatment.

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