More details have emerged after a West End robbery at gunpoint that left three men beaten and tied up with phone charging cords.
The incident was reported at around 11:30 p.m. on March 19 at an apartment in the 5000 block of Seminary Road. Police also reported that one of the victims’ cars was stolen.
One victim told police that there was a knock on the apartment door, and he blacked out after being pistol-whipped as soon as it opened.
The resident of the apartment told police that he fell asleep on his bed and woke to find an unknown suspect with their hand over his mouth. The victim said that two of his friends were also in the apartment at the time, and that four masked men entered and held them at gunpoint, according to a police search warrant affidavit.
The resident told police that one of the suspects reached into his pockets, took his wallet and stole $8,000.
The third victim told police that he, too, was pistol-whipped and regained consciousness as his friends untied his bonds. He told police that $500 was stolen and that he had no idea why they were targeted.
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