A driver was forced to pull over by another car and was then robbed at gunpoint by two men who got out of it Monday night in Little Rock, police said.
The 34-year-old victim told investigators he had just withdrawn cash from a nearby bank ATM and was driving in the 11200 block of Legion Hut Road when a white car swerved in front of him, forcing him to stop. It happened about 8:40 p.m.
Two men got out of the car and pulled guns on the victim, busting out the driver's side window and demanding the "money he just got," according to a police report. One of the men struck the victim in the mouth before they got the cash, the victim's phone and the keys to his vehicle, police said.
The victim suffered a bloody mouth and small cuts on his shoulder from the broken window, but he declined medical attention, according to the report.
No arrests have been made.
The robbers are described as black men of average height and weight who had shoulder-length dreadlocks. One wore a red sweater, and the other wore a dark blue sweater.