UPDATE: The victim’s family said the stolen Mustang was found by police Monday night.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police said some alleged carjackers got away with a woman’s car, driver’s license, credit cards, phone and handgun in a carjacking in the Cooper-Young neighborhood — but that’s not all.

The 76-year-old woman told police that a purse containing her badge and law enforcement ID from a sheriff’s department in Florida also were taken in the incident around 10 p.m. Friday night on Oliver Avenue.

According to a police report, the victim was getting into her 2004 Ford Mustang convertible in the driveway of a house when a young man in his late teens pushed her out of the vehicle. They began struggling.

Pamela Higgins, a retired sergeant with the Monroe County Sheriff’s office in the Key West area, said she was doing whatever she could to keep them from taking her car. She was unloading groceries from her daughter’s truck and she had just started her car when she noticed a man running towards her car.

“I dropped my groceries and I started running toward my car and we got toward the back and he shoved me,” she said.

That’s when a second man walked up with his hands in his pockets and said, “gun,” police said. The victim stepped away.

One of the men got away in the victim’s white Mustang; the other followed in a black Infiniti. They were last seen headed south on McLean.

Home surveillance video shows two men getting out of a black car. Seconds later, you can see the car leaving Oliver Avenue followed by the white Mustang.

Stolen mustang on surveillance video

Luckily, Higgins was not injured. As a former law enforcement officer, she said she’s always on her guard and couldn’t believe what was happening to her.

“This neighborhood is quiet, quiet, quiet. But if you want to tell people to be aware, police say they are hitting Cooper-Young really bad,” she said.

Police have not made an arrest at this time.

The 2004 Mustang Convertible has a black top and a small dent on the driver’s side door with tape over it. If you have seen it or know anything about this incident, call Crime Stoppers at (901)-528-CASH.