Police were seeking the public’s help solving a recent gunpoint robbery of a man outside his residence.
The robbery occurred Nov. 30 after the man walked out of his home, police Cpl. Clay Wilder said. The man was approached at his vehicle and cornered by two men, with one pointing a handgun at him and telling him to empty his pockets, Wilder said.
The man, who did not have any money on his person, was robbed of a cell phone and was struck once with the butt of the gun, Wilder said.
And before the robbers left, one of the two suspects fired a shot in the air, Wilder said.
The robbery was reported at 6:13 a.m., Wilder said.
Police had little else go to on because the man was trying to run to get back into the residence, Wilder said.