Westminster police are searching for a man who ordered the owner of a 1990 Nissan Sentra out of his car while indicating he had a gun about 8:45 a.m. Sunday.
Officers said Michael Carlisle, who works for a contractor, reported he was driving a co-worker to Sullivan Avenue and upon arrival asked the man, known only as Glen, to get out.
But the co-worker refused, reached under his shirt as though he had a gun in his waistband and told Mr. Carlisle to get out, police said.
The car owner told police he got out of his car and the man drove away. No weapon was displayed, police said.
The Sentra is valued at $5,000.
* Westminster: A resident of Spalding Court reported to city police someone stole a flag and a flag pole from in front of her house Sunday. She estimated the theft at $35.