Two Norcross residents were reportedly robbed last month in off Lia Hills Drive.
According to the Norcross Police report, the victims, a 21-year-old woman and a 20-year-old man, came home around 3:40 a.m. on a Tuesday. They were outside their building when the robbery occurred.
Two women and one man got out of a black Nissan sedan nearby and pointed handguns at the two residents. One of the women told the 21-year-old, "Give me whatever you have," so the victim gave up her purse, which held $600. The suspect handed the purse to the male suspect, who took the victim's phone out of the bag and threw it to the ground, after the third suspect told him to.
The other victim's wallet was taken, too. He told police that the male suspect grabbed and pushed him back, but he wasn't injured.
All three suspects got back in the car and drove off. The victims went to a neighbor to call police.
Norcross officers searched the area but no matching vehicle was found.
Neither victim had seen the suspects or vehicle before. The descriptions for the suspects, who were black, are as follows:
- One female was approximately 25 to 30 years old, 5'3", and weighed 190 pounds. She was wearing a white shirt, gray pants, and a red and white hat.
- The male suspect had a medium build, weighed 145 pounds, and was approximately 21 years old and 6 feet tall. She wore all black, in addition to a black hat.
- The third suspect, the other female, was of medium build, approximately 18 years old, 5'8", and weighed 130 pounds. She was wearing a black and white coat, blue pants, pink shoes, and a red and black hat. In addition to the black handgun all the suspects had, a stun gun was in the female suspect's hand.
In addition to the Nissan sedan being black, the victims said the vehicle also had tinted windows.
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