Suspect who said, ‘give me all your money’ gets away with $2 and a cellphone

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A Middletown man told police that he was robbed at gun point of $2 and his cell phone while walking to the store Friday night.

The man said as he was walking on Roosevelt Boulevard from his home to Family Dollar around 9:30 p.m., he was approached by a man who asked if he could use his cell phone, according to a police report.

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The man kept walking, he told police.

That’s when the suspect said: “Give me all your money.” He gave the suspect all the money he had, $2, and his cell phone, the report said.

There also were three other subjects and one of them struck the victim with a gun, the man told police. He said the suspects then fired three rounds from a hand gun.

At about the same time, there were reports of shots being fired in the area, according to the report.

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Police searched behind the Bureau of Motor Vehicles on Roosevelt Boulevard, but were unable to locate any casings or blood residue, the report said.

The man was treated for his injuries at Atrium Medical Center, according to the police report.

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