LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Lakewood are searching for a group of people who attacked and robbed a couple at a park last month.

Police said the attack happened about 12:30 a.m. July 26 at Ray Ross Park located at 680 S. Harlan Street.

A couple was standing outside their car in the parking lot of the park when a white mini-van with dark-tinted windows pulled into the parking lot. There were several people inside the van.

Those inside made a few comments to the couple and then drove away.

The vehicle that was damaged at Ray Ross Park in Lakewood on July 26. (credit: Lakewood Police)

The vehicle that was damaged at Ray Ross Park in Lakewood on July 26. (credit: Lakewood Police)

A few minutes later the van returned and the couple said they got a good look at the driver, a Hispanic female in her 20s.

The van stopped and four Hispanic males got out and eventually confronted the couple. They demanded they give the suspects any property they may have with them.

One of the suspects showed his handgun before striking the man with his fist.

The female victim was forced into her vehicle, a black Chrysler, and three of the suspects began smashing the windows of her car.

The female’s wallet, cell phone and car keys were taken from her.

The four male suspects are described as Hispanic. The first was about 5-foot-6, 115 pounds and approximately 19 years old.

The second was in his 30s, had black hair combed back with a thinly-trimmed beard and mustache.

The third had no further description other than being an Hispanic male.

The fourth suspect was described as 6-foot-1, 245 pounds with short brown hair, brown eyes, and wearing blue jeans and no shirt. He also had heavily tattooed arms and a large “N” that is about 12 inchyes tall tattooed on his chest.

He was also the suspect with the handgun which is thought to have been some type of semi-automatic.

Lakewood detectives are asking anyone who thinks they may have information about the suspects, their vehicle or that may assist them in their investigation to please call Detective Bryan Feik at 303-987-7111.


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