An 18-year-old girl told authorities someone she met with at the Whisperwood Apartments pool tried to rob her at gunpoint Thursday afternoon, according to a Columbus police report.
The unidentified attacker was described as a black man who appears to be 20 or 25 years old, about 6 feet tall and between 170 and 200 pounds. Seen last in all black clothing, the man has a mohawk, according to the witness.
At about 2:15 p.m. Thursday, police were notified about an armed robbery that took placed at Whisperwood Apartments at 6300 Milgen Road.
On the scene, the victim said she met with the unknown black man at the apartment complex's pool around 1 p.m.
According to the report, a Whisperwood representative told the teen and man they had to leave because they didn't have a pool pass. The two were walking near the laundry room when the man pushed her into the laundry room, aimed a pistol at her and demanded that she "give it up."
The victim said the suspect reached inside of her bikini top and stole at least $500 but didn't harm her.
Another individual heard the girl screaming for help. He saw the man flee the laundry room and drop the victim's money on the sidewalk in front of the room, according to the report.
The black man ran through the wooded area near the apartment complex, the victim said.
After retrieving her money, the teen called a 911 dispatcher and said "she wanted to cancel the call."
A followup was not recommended.