A Conway man says he was robbed of $7.50 on Tuesday night, at gunpoint, by two black males at his apartment complex in the 1400 block of South Donaghey Avenue.
Police responded to the scene around 9:45 p.m.
The 30-year-old victim told police he encountered the two males, walking toward the area of his apartment, while in his vehicle.
As he was getting out of the vehicle, the victim said he was asked by the two men for 50 cents or a dollar. When he told the two black males he had no money, they asked if he knew anyone who sold drugs, to which he answered no, and walked away.
While unloading groceries from his vehicle, the victim said one of the males walked up to him, pulled a gun and pointed it at his chest.
The victim claims the gunman said he knew they were being lied to, and asked again for money. The victim stated he took a dollar out of his pocket, and was asked again for his wallet by the gunman. The victim said he informed the two men that he did not have his wallet, and proceeded tot give them all the money he had from his pockets.
The two males left going east toward Donaghey Avenue, the victim said.
The victim said the gunman stood 5-foot-5, was medium build with short curly hair, and was wearing a t-shirt. The gun was described as a small, semi-automatic pistol, silver in color.
The other suspect stood about 6-foot, and was also medium build, but had a military hair cut, the victim said. The other suspect was also said to be wearing a t-shirt and hat.