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Little Rock couple robbed at gunpoint

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A Little Rock Couple was robbed at gunpoint. The suspects got away with $2500, and other belongings including a laptop and a set of keys.

Police responded to 13500 Chenal Friday night just before 8:30. The victim told authorities he was checking oil in his vehicle when three black men approached him and forced him into his apartment.

The suspects were armed with guns and took $2,000 from him. One of the suspects punched the victim in the face. The victim says he recognized one of the men after he took off his mask.

When the victim's wife arrived, they took her keys and $500 from her purse.

They used the keys to steal a laptop from the trunk of her vehicle. Then they drove away. The male victim was treated for his injuries. So far no one has been arrested.

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