Police: Man pistol whipped, robbed in Dayton

UPDATE @ 11:55 p.m. (3/25): The vehicle that two robbery suspects reportedly stole after an assault at a Dayton gas station Sunday has been located.

The white 2006 Chevy Suburban reportedly taken during the armed robbery has been located.

Officials are still searching for the two suspects involved in the incident.


Police are looking for two suspects who reportedly stole a vehicle and robbed a man at gunpoint after assaulting him at a Shell gas station parking lot in Dayton Sunday.

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Two men in their 20s wearing black ball caps reportedly stole the victim’s white 2006 Chevy Suburban at the Shell located at 3707 Germantown St. around 4 a.m., a report stated.

The license plate number of the vehicle is GWJ5662.

A report stated the victim said he fell asleep in his car when a man opened his driver side door, demanded money, then pistol whipped him in the face while a second man with a handgun stood on the opposite side of the vehicle.

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The victim was ordered to get out of his vehicle and was robbed of an undisclosed amount of money, according to a report.

The two suspects then got into the victim’s car and drove off.

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