A 43-year-old North Little Rock man was robbed at gunpoint by an assailant who approached him in a downtown Little Rock parking lot and then forced him to drive to an ATM, authorities said.
The victim told authorities it happened about 1 p.m. Monday at a parking lot across from 701 Scott St.
According to a Little Rock Police Department report, the gunman went up to the victim, pulled out a gun and ordered the man to get in his car and take him to an ATM.
The victim reportedly drove the man to the Arvest Bank at Capitol Avenue and Broadway Street. There, the victim took out $40 and handed that, along with $60 from his wallet, to the robber, the report said.
Police say they obtained video surveillance from the bank, though it wasn't immediately released.
The gunman then had the victim drive back to the parking lot, the report said, where the robber got out and walked south on Scott Street.
The crime wasn't reported until Tuesday morning. The reason for the delay wasn't clear.
The robber is described in the report as a medium-complected black man with a goatee who stood 5-foot-6, weighed 100 pounds and resembled a "young Spike Lee." He wore a white shirt, blue jeans and tennis shoes.
The victim told investigators the man didn't appear nervous and seemed as though he were on drugs.