EUGENE, Ore. -- Police are trying to find the three people who they said robbed a 14-year-old boy at gunpoint.
Police said the boy was walking on the bike path near West 11th and Oak Patch Road on Monday when two men and a woman approached him.
He told police, he was robbed at gun point and that one man punched him. The teen reported that the trio took off on bikes with several of his items.
The14-year-old boy then ran home and called police.
Police said the man who punched the boy is described as a Hispanic man about 30-year-old with a heavier build. Police said the suspect stands about 6' tall and has a deep voice. They said he has a black tattoo on his right cheek that went down his neck, a tear drop near his left eye, and an upside down cross near his right eye. Police said he was wearing a white t-shirt, ripped jeans, and took off on a light colored bike.
Police said the other man is white and is of average build. He was last seen wearing a hoodie, police said.
The woman is described as standing between 5'7" and 5'8" tall, and has a thin build. Police said she was wearing a pink hoodie at the time of the robbery.
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