INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Police are looking for three teens who reportedly robbed a bicyclist on the Monon Trail at gunpoint Sunday.
The victim was able to give a description of the teens to police. Two of the teens were black males. One of them was around 5-foot-4, had a short hair cut, broad nose, and was wearing a navy T-shirt and white shorts. Another was wearing a black T-shirt and the third was described as a Hispanic or light skinned black male with longer hair, the report said.
According to a report, around 5:45 p.m., the cyclist was riding south on the trail near East 21st Street near a memorial where a rider was severely injured a few weeks ago.
The victim told police he decided to turn around to take a photo of the memorial. One of the teens asked him if he had a bike inner tube with him and the victim said he didn't.
The teen grabbed the victim's ear phones and pointed a black semi automatic handgun in his face, the report said. He then demanded that the victim turn over his bike and asked what else he had.
The robbers also took two cell phones and a bike bag and headed south on the trail.
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