Police are investigating a reported armed theft in which a man believes his experience-share driver might have aided two armed men early Tuesday in Central Lubbock.
At about 12:17 a.m., police responded to a report of a man who had been robbed in the 3600 block of 45th Street, in line with a police report.
When police arrived, the man seemed to be “very distressed and shaken” as he informed officers he was robbed at gunpoint by two individuals and his journey-share driver, who was recognized solely as a lady.
The man, whose identify was not launched, informed police he has used the journey-share driver quite a few occasions in the previous, stating she gave him her quantity so he might name her any time he wanted a experience.
On Tuesday night time, he referred to as her instantly as an alternative of utilizing the journey-share service and she or he agreed to select him up.
The man informed police the driving force parked her automotive in entrance of his residence, dealing with eastbound.
As the man walked outdoors, police have been advised, the lady started to slowly drive east.
In an try and flag the driving force down, the man waved his arms in the air, after which two armed men approached him from the east, putting their weapons to his head and forcing him to the bottom.
He advised police the robbers stole some gadgets, which weren’t disclosed in the police report, from his pockets and fled southbound on foot.
After the theft, the journey-share driver reportedly drove previous the man’s residence three to 4 extra occasions.
No suspect info has been launched in the case, which stays beneath investigation.
Police urge anybody with info to name Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.