March 2, 2004
Americus-- A good Samaritan, trying to help some stranded motorists, is robbed at gunpoint.
An Americus man pulled over on Highway 380 near the Lee County line Sunday afternoon after he saw what he thought were two stranded motorists.
The men asked him to jump start their car.
While he was attaching the cable to his vehicle, one of the men pulled a pistol and pointed it at him.
They took about $400.00 in cash and threw the man's keys in the woods.
Police are searching for the suspects.
Posted at 4:30 p.m. by firstname.lastname@example.org
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