Caledonia police are asking for help finding the three men suspected of robbing another man at gunpoint while he walked to work on June 30.
Police say the victim was walking to work at 3:30 a.m. in the 4100 block of Douglas Avenue when he was approached by three men in a red, four-door Dodge Intrepid with a partial license plate of XLX. The driver displayed a black handgun and demanded the man’s wallet and backpack which held two cell phones, a watch and a camera.
The man was able to provide the following descriptions of the suspects:
- Driver of vehicle and armed with a black handgun.
- Lighter skinned black male
- Over six feet tall with a medium build
- Wearing a baseball cap with no hair showing, black pants and a black shirt with white sleeves.
- Front seat passenger
- Black male
- 5’9″ with a medium build
- Short hair, wearing black pants and white t-shirt.
- Rear seat passenger
- Black male
- Medium height and build, longer hair pulled back into a pony tail
- Wearing black pants with some type of design on the back of the legs, white t-shirt, and no hat.
The man was not injured, and this incident remains under active investigation.
Anyone with information – especially anyone who might have been in the area around the time the crime reportedly took place – can leave an ANONYMOUS tip with Crime Stoppers at 1-888-636-9330, web: http://racine.crimestoppersweb.com, or text message: RACS to 274637(crimes).
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