Dearborn Resident Reportedly Robbed at Gunpoint Near Hemlock Park
The following information was supplied by the Dearborn Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A Dearborn resident reported a robbery at gunpoint Sunday, according to Dearborn Police reports.
The resident told police that he was going for a walk at around 6:30 p.m. on Hemlock near Bingham street—right near Hemlock Park—when a woman standing nearby gestured to him to come over to her. He refused and kept walking. Then, two men joined her and also asked him to come closer.
The resident again refused, at which point one of the men pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun, pointing it toward him. The other man, he told police, went through his pockets while he was being held at gunpoint and took his wallet.
The wallet contained $200 cash, his ID and a green card.
All three suspects reportedly fled the scene, driving east on Hemlock in a silver, small, four-door car, according to the police report.
The resident—who did not speak much English and used a translator to talk to police—did not offer a description for the suspects other than that there was one female and two males and that they were black.
Police sent out an alert with the vehicle description, but were unable to locate it.
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