The former Tuskegee Airman got lost while driving to his daughter's home. When he parked his car to call his daughter, a black thug climbed in the vehicle and relieved the elderly man of his cash.
After the thief left, the Tuskegee Airman drove until he spotted two black males. He exited his car to ask for help. Instead of helping the nonagenarian, the two black males got in his car and drove away.
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A 93-year-old Tuskegee Airman had his car stolen and was robbed in two separate incidents on Sunday night. The robbery happened Sunday at McPherson and Sarah in North St. Louis
Police say the victim got lost while driving to his daughter’s home Sunday night at around 11:30pm. The 93-year-old man pulled over to call his daughter. A man approached and entered the victim’s vehicle. The suspect took cash from the victim’s pant pocket. Then the suspect then got into another vehicle and left the scene. The victim lost sight of the older model black four door vehicle near the intersection of Walton and Page.
The victim drove to the intersection of Walton and Page. The elderly man got out of his car and asked two black males for help. They got into his car and drove away.
Police are looking for the three suspects in the two separate incidents. The victim was driving a Maroon 2012 Honda Accord Sedan with Missouri license plate: AA2K8R.
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