A Little Rock man was robbed Sunday night after visiting a woman briefly at her apartment, authorities said.
Kelvin Stinyard, 36, told police that he met Deanna Leber, 25, at the E-Z Mart near Green Mountain Drive and had agreed to meet her at her apartment on Markham Mesa Place.
When Stinyard arrived, he called Leber, who told him which parking space to use, which Stinyard found "odd" in hindsight, according to the report. After parking and staying inside about 30 minutes, Stinyard emerged shortly before 11 p.m. Sunday and saw two black men in the parking lot who looked "suspiciously" at him as he walked to his car, the report states. The men — who are described as both 5 foot 10 and 230 pounds, one wearing a black sweatsuit and the other a black hoodie and dark pants — stepped toward him to "somewhat trap him between vehicles," police said.
One of the men pointed a silver handgun at Stinyard and demanded his wallet, which he handed over, then the other man ordered him to empty his pockets, police said. Stinyard had nothing else in his pockets and started to back away from the men, he told police.
Just then, a vehicle drove into the parking lot, and the men ran to different buildings in the apartment complex, the report says.
Police searched for the men and Stinyard's belongings — a wallet containing $190, a debit card, a child's birth certificate, and a vehicle title and vehicle payment agreement — but didn't find the men or the property, the report said.
Officers also asked Leber whether she knew the men Stinyard had described, and she said she didn't.
No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.