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Grandmother carjacked at gunpoint with two young children nearby; people of interest located

Michelle Holladay and William Lanham are 'no longer at large' after a carjacking at the Quality Inn on North Dixie Highway in Frenchtown Twp. Tuesday afternoon.

MONROE COUNTY, Mich. — Two people are no longer considered armed and dangerous after a carjacking in Frenchtown Township Tuesday afternoon.

Michelle Holladay, 40, and William Lanham, 39, are "no longer at large" according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Wednesday morning. A tip from a citizen Tuesday night led Michigan State Police to the stolen car and people of interest in Holly, Mich.

A woman was in the parking lot of the Quality Inn around 2:15 p.m. in the 1200 block of North Dixie Highway in Frenchtown Township when she was carjacked at gunpoint, according to a release by MCSO. The victim was with her two young grandchildren when approached by a man and a woman. The man showed a gun and demanded the car.

Credit: Monroe Co. Sheriff's Office
Michelle Holladay, 40, and William Lanham, 29, are considered armed and dangerous persons of interest in Frenchtown Twp. carjacking.

The stolen car was a gray 2008 Honda Pilot with an Alabama Crimson Tide licensed plate personalized with "SOLEN."

The man and woman fled in the stolen car. The car was last seen entering northbound I-75.

The victim and her grandchildren were not injured in the carjacking.

Credit: Monroe Co. Sheriff's Office
Michelle Holladay, 40, and William Lanham, 29, are considered armed and dangerous persons of interest in Frenchtown Twp. carjacking.

The incident is under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact the detective bureau at 734-240-7530 or Monroe County Central Dispatch 734-243-7070.