Minneapolis man arrested, charged in armed carjacking

A Minneapolis man was arrested and charged with one count of carjacking in connection with an armed robbery last month in Arden Hills, according to a news release by U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger.

According to court officials, at around 7:25 a.m. on Sept. 13, Raphael Raymond Nunn, 50, approached a woman who had just parked her car in an underground parking garage in Arden Hills. He forced her at gunpoint to get back into her car and made her drive to an ATM, court officials said.

After forcing her to withdraw cash, Nunn ordered the woman to drive to Matthews Park in south Minneapolis, according to the news release. When they arrived at the park, court officials say Nunn had the woman give him the car keys and get out of the car.

Nunn was captured on surveillance videos from cameras at the scene of the crime, the news release said. Nunn is seen on video leaving the victim’s car, taking off his hood and mask, and going into a deli, court officials.

Nunn is seen on surveillance videos at the same deli four days later, wearing the same shirt he wore during the carjacking, court officials said.

Nunn made his first court appearance Thursday and was ordered to stay in jail pending further proceedings, according to the news release.

The FBI, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office and the Minneapolis Police Department conducted the investigation for this case.