An Uber driver who came to Cleveland to cash in on all the people downtown Tuesday night said, instead of making money, she was robbed.
The woman was at the gas station at East 30th Street and Carnegie Avenue when she went inside to pay.
That's when the woman behind her said her car was being stolen.
“I screamed and ran after them ‘saying no stop, please. No, what you are doing?’' Maria told News 5.
She said she called police three times but dispatchers never sent anyone.
"I'm more heartbroken over what goes on, what I've been exposed to tonight, more than the loss of my personal valuables," she said.
News 5 made several attempts to contact police about the delay in response but never heard back.
The victim, who had to catch an Uber home, said she doesn't know if she'll continue to drive for the company.