AUSTIN (KXAN) - An iPhone tracking tool helped officers track down a car stolen in South Austin on Thursday evening.
Police said a woman called 911 around 8:40 p.m. and said two men carjacked her at the car wash located in the 6700 block of South Congress .
The victim told officers one man had a handgun and the other man had a screwdriver. The two men made off with her Infinity G37.
When the victim told officers she had left her iPhone in the car, authorities were able to tap into the phone's GPS tracking system to see where the stolen car was headed.
In less than one hour, officers were able to track the stolen vehicle to a home in the 4700 block of Teri Road , fewer than three miles from where the car was stolen. The vehicle could be seen in the home's driveway.
Police say three suspects were taken into custody without incident, no one else was injured.
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