Teen robbed at gunpoint after meeting to sell Playstation in Little Rock
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) —
A Bryant teenager was robbed at gunpoint after meeting two other teens in Little Rock to sell a video game console Saturday, police reported.
Officers were called at 3:55 p.m. to a home at 1203 W. 37th St. A 17-year-old boy told officers he'd met two classmates from Bryant High School at the address to sell them his Playstation 4, according to a police report. The boy told police they arranged the sale through Snapchat. But when the two arrived, one of them pointed a silver handgun at the boy and forced him to hand over the game system, according to the report.
The robbers were last seen leaving the area in red Mazda sport utility vehicle.
No injuries were reported.
Police searched the area but made no arrests.