A man told police that he was robbed at gunpoint in Norcross after getting into a car with a woman he met at a bar.
According to the Norcross Police report, the incident started on the late evening of Saturday, Nov. 17, at Banana Wind Bar in Atlanta.
The man, 25, told police that he met a girl named Kelly and spoke to her for 15 minutes. She told him they could go to her place, so they left in her car.
Once in the car, she told him that she needed to pick up her cousin. They drove to Washington High School in Atlanta and picked up a man at a nearby residence close to the football field. He sat in the back of the car as they drove to Buford Highway in Norcross.
Once the car was near Mitchell Road, the man in the backseat struck the 25-year-old in the back of the head and aimed what felt like a pistol at him. The suspect demanded money, so the victim gave him $83 and his smartphone.
The victim told police that he then was ordered out of the car, so he exited and made his way to 200 Lawrenceville St., where he contacted the night-time manager and called authorities.
Kelly was described as a light-skinned black woman who had green contacts, reddish brown hair, a lip ring in the upper right corner of her mouth, a tongue ring and the words "Truly Blessed" tattooed across her chest. Her supposed cousin was a dark-skinned black male who had an unknown word tattooed under his right eye and a picture of a money bag tattooed under his left eye. The vehicle they were in was a newer model Chevrolet Malibu, which had a Florida license plate and a broken right rear-tail light lens.
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