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Suspects beat and robbed victims at NW Side apartment

May 18th, 2017 - Comments Off

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Police said two suspects claiming to be police officers forced their way into a Northwest Side apartment complex and bound four victims with zip ties before they allegedly beat and robbed the group Thursday.

Officers first responded to the 11000 block of Huebner Oaks around 7 a.m., where they met a victim who had blood on his face and a black eye.

The victim reportedly claimed he and three other people were inside an apartment at a complex in the 4900 block of Woodstone Drive when they heard knocking on the door and someone claiming to be a police officer.

When someone opened the door, two suspects rushed in, allegedly tied up everyone inside with zip ties and then started beating them, according to police.

The suspects then robbed the victims of their personal belongings and fled.  It is unclear whether the suspects were armed at the time, according to an officer at the scene.

Police said one of the victims was able to break from zip tie and help free the others. The victims reportedly scattered, and only one had contacted police Thursday morning.

Officers reportedly arrived to the scene and had to request the apartment’s maintenance staff to drill out the lock to the apartment where the alleged robbery took place.

Officers reportedly found the zip ties inside the apartment and discovered three areas with blood on the ground.

Police also found drugs inside the apartment, but it is unclear if the drugs played a role in the robbery. Police are investigating the incident. No suspect description was available as of Thursday morning.

Mfrances is a news writer for NinjaCOPS.com where you can get high quality wholesale stun guns, self-defense weapons, and rechargeable stun gun flashlights.

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