By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) – Police are searching for the two men who carjacked a Lyft driver at gunpoint in the Seaport late Wednesday afternoon.

State Police said the Lyft driver, a 44-year-old Weymouth man, picked up the two suspects at an address in Dorchester. They asked to be driven to the W.B. Mason store on Summer Street.

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When the driver arrived at Pappas Way, the men allegedly confronted the driver, who resisted. State Police said one of the suspects is believed to have pressed a handgun against the victim during the carjacking.

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The suspects were able to get into the gray 2018 Nissan Altima and drive away.

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State Police describe the suspects as young adult males, one is believed to be Hispanic and the other is believed to Black. The Altima has not been recovered.

CBSBoston.com Staff