The Henry County Sheriff’s department has released information concerning a description of the vehicle and suspects involved in a roadside robbery that took place just west of Napoleon Monday afternoon.
They say a black Dodge Caravan was pulled off the south side of the eastbound lane of U.S. 6, with its hazard lights on, when a 19 year old woman from Edgerton pulled over to assist.
The disabled vehicle, according to the Sheriff’s release, had red tape over the left back light. Two black males were in the vehicle, and one got out of the passengers side of the minivan, and approached the victim, who was sitting in her car. That suspect 5’9 with a shaved head, a lip ring, and a spider web tattoo on his hand. He was wearing a yellow shirt.
The woman says the man came up to her car, grabbed her hair, and pulled her from the vehicle. He then stepped on her, grabbed some change from the car, and stole her engagement ring from her finger. The victim drove to a carryout gas station on Scott street, where she reported the incident. The Henry County Sheriff’s office is asking anyone that saw something suspicious along U.S. 6 just west of Napoleon between 2pm and 2:30pm to call their office, or call the crimestoppers number 1–800-62-CRIME.