Man reports car stolen by men he believes had a gun

lgierer@ledger-enquirer.comApril 27, 2014 

A Cataula, Ga. man told Columbus police that two men took his cash and his car early Sunday morning.

He believes they had a gun.

According to a police report, it was around 3:15 a.m. at the intersection of 43rd Street and Hamilton Road.

The man said he stopped his car, a 1997 Saturn Ion, to check his tire.

He said two black men approached him and said, "Give it up fool. Give it up fool."

The man told officers he gave the men the $83 in cash he had in his wallet and they took his car.

The victim said the men were in their 20s. One wore a black shirt and a black and red hat. The other wore gray pants and a green sweatshirt.

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