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CS Police Investigate Mob Robbery

College Station Police are searching for five or six men involved with a robbery last night.

Officers report that around ten, an injured person at the College Station Medical Center claimed to have been surrounded and robbed by several males near the intersection of College Main and Church Avenue about thirty minutes earlier.

The victim was later released from the medical center.

 

Additional information, courtesy of College Station Police Department:

On 9/19/13 around 2207 hours, College Station Police responded to 1604 Rock Prairie Rd (The College Station Medical Center) to meet with an injured person that claimed to have been the victim of a Robbery.  The victim stated that earlier that night, around 2125 hours, he was walking in the 300 block of College Main, in College Station, when he was approached by five to six males.  The males surrounded the victim, and one of the males used physical force to steal property from the victim.  The victim was able flee the area, but was later transported to the College Station Medical Center for treatment.  The victim received non-incapacitating injuries and was released from the hospital later that night.

The suspects fled the scene prior to Officers arrival and they were not located that night.   The victim described the suspect that forcefully took property from him as a black male, late teens, no shirt, with muscular build.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the College Station Police Department at 979-764-3600.

Robbery is defined as: A person commits an offense if, in the course of committing theft and with the intent to obtain or maintain control of the property, he intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another (Penal Code 29.02(a)(1)).  Robbery is a second degree felony punishable by a term of 2 to 20 years imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

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Posted by on Sep 20 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.


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