Police: 'Good Samaritan' Robbed at Gunpoint
An Eagleville man who offered to give three men a ride home from a West Norriton bar was allegedly robbed by his passengers at gunpoint.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police, a 28-year-old Eagleville man was robbed at gunpoint by three men who he was giving a ride home from a local bar.
According to reports, on Saturday, Dec. 22 at approximately 3:10 p.m. the victim left Tony G's South Philly Pub & Eatery in Jeffersonville with three men who he agreed to drive home.
While driving the men home, one suspect allegedly pulled out a silver semi-automatic gun and demanded money and drugs from the driver. The victim reportedly stopped the car and the men moved him to the back seat of the vehicle.
The men continued driving with one suspect behind the wheel. During the incident, a second suspect also allegedly pulled out a gun and hit the victim twice in the face with it. The men then pulled the car over and reportedly stole various items from the victim. While the car was stopped, the victim was able to free himself from the car and flee to a neighboring home for help.
The suspects are described as a black male, approximately 6'1" and weighing 225 pounds; a white male, approximately 5'4", weighing 160 pounds and wearing a black jacket and blue jeans; and a black male, approximately 6', weighing 165 pounds and wearing a black beanie-style hat and a black jacket.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police at 610-410-3835.