Beaumont police officers are investigating two aggravated robberies and one assault reported since Friday.
Officers say they were called to 5015 Pine Street where a woman says she was robbed. She told police she was returning home and was approached by a man who pointed a gun and tried to force his inside her home. A male friend came to the front and when the suspect saw him he fired a shot that grazed the man in the left forearm. The suspect left in an unknown direction.
Police say the man who was grazed by the bullet refused medical treatment.
A statement issued by the Beaumont Police Department describes the suspect as: Black Male 6' 150-160 lbs, wearing black jacket and gloves armed with a black and chrome handgun.
Beaumont Police are also investigating an aggravated robbery reported in the 400 block of Neches St.
The Victim said he was visiting a friend. As he was leaving he was approached by two men armed with handguns. The victim said he tried to run but was grabbed by his hair and hit on the head with a pistol. The second suspect took his cell phone, money and car keys. Both suspects left in the victims car. Police say it is a 2001 brown Cadillac Deville with Texas license plate NKR 615.
A statement issued by police describes the first suspect as a black male, 28 to 30-years-old, 5' 11" - 6'00, 165-170 lbs, Armed with a chrome semi auto hand gun. The second man is officers describe as a black male, between 25 to 30-years old, 5'10"-5'11", 140 lbs armed with a black revolver.
Officers were also called to a home located at 3111 Concord. A woman said she was at the Honey Stop store buying cigarettes when she was grabbed from behind and around the neck. Other people in the store tried to help and free her and that's when the suspect bit part of her ear off. The suspect left in a red Chevrolet pickup.
Officers describe the suspect as a black male, 6', 200lbs. He was wearing black jacket, black pants with a white stripe and a black knit cap.
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