Authorities are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred Saturday at a Little Rock apartment complex.
About 1:04 a.m., the Little Rock Police Department received a call from Micah Reynolds, 22, at the Valley Crossing apartments, 1502 Green Mountain Drive, Apartment 279, the report states. When officers arrived, Reynolds told them that he was unloading his vehicle in the parking lot when an unidentified man hit him in the face, knocking his glasses off. Reynolds said he did not hear the man near him and that the attack caught him by surprise, the report states.
The robber stole Reynolds' wallet — which had $500, a Bank of America debit card and Reynolds' driver's license — and ran in an unknown direction, the report states.
Reynolds had swelling and redness over his left eye and refused medical treatment from emergency medical staff at the scene, the report states. The robber is described as a male who stands at 6 feet tall and weighs about 185 pounds.
No arrests have been made.