Police are searching for the man responsible for robbing a 54-year-old man at gunpoint Tuesday outside of his Munson Drive home, according to the Columbus Police Department.
The victim was not injured in the 10:30 a.m. offense in the 200 block of Munson Drive.
The 54-year-old told police that male is known by the name of "Q" and picked him up to help run errands, reports show. When the suspect took the victim back to his home, "Q" allegedly pulled out his 9mm silver pistol from the front pocket of his black hoodie and told the 54 year old to "give it up," police said in a report.
That's when the victim gave the offender $700 cash from his pants pocket. Then "Q" reportedly asked the victim for his $11 wallet, and he gave it to the suspect also, police said in a report.
According to the victim, the attacker than left the scene in an older model light blue vehicle. He went on to say that "Q" used to live on the 100 block of Munson Drive but now resides at Victory Crossing Apartments, officials stated in a report.
The victim said that if given the chance, he would provide a positive identification of the suspect, police said.
The case remains under investigation.