MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Sauk Rapids Police Department is asking for the public’s help after a 16-year-old boy was robbed and punched early Sunday afternoon.

Police say at 6 p.m. the teen victim was walking along the street near 6th Avenue North and 7th Street North in Sauk Rapids when two cars stopped beside him and two men got out.

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That’s when one of the men demanded the victim’s wallet and punched him. The suspect then grabbed money from the victim’s wallet and fled, leaving the wallet. The other man had a hand gun.

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The suspect who took the victim’s money is described as a black man in his mid-20s, corn rows in his hair with blond flecks, wearing black leather-like pants and a black jacket.

The suspects’ cars are described as a red 1990s Ford Taurus and a tan 1990s Pontiac Bonneville.

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If anyone has information regarding this robbery, they are asked to call the Sauk Rapids Police at 320-258-5346.