CLEVELAND — A 19-year-old UberEATS driver says she was carjacked while delivering food in Ohio.

Alexandria Navarro tells WJW-TV the carjacking happened around 3 p.m. Monday in East Cleveland. After she gave the suspect his food, Navarro says he brandished a gun and demanded she get out of her car.

Navarro says the lost her cellphone and other personal items inside the car, along with $100.

A police report shows officers contacted UberEATS, but they were informed that they needed a subpoena to access the GPS records of Navarro’s vehicle.

Information from: WJW-TV,

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