Police: Teen reports being robbed at gunpoint on Eugene bike path
EUGENE, Ore. -- On Monday, November 20, at 9:41 a.m., a 14-year-old boy, who had been walking on the bike path near W. 11th Avenue and Oak Patch Road, reported being robbed at gunpoint and then punched by a man accompanied by a woman and another man, Eugene Police Department said.
The trio fled with several items, going westbound on the bike path, on bicycles, police said. The teen was able to run home and report the incident.
The man who robbed and punched the teen is described as an Hispanic man, around 30 yeas old with a heavier build, approximately 6-feet tall with a deep voice and a black tattoo on his right cheek that went down his neck, as well as a tear drop near his left eye and an upside cross tattooed on near his right eye. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt with sleeves that went down to his elbows, ripped jeans, and had a lighter colored bike.
The woman suspect is described as a white female with a thin build, approximately 5’7” to 5’8”, and last seen wearing a pink hoodie and jeans.
The second man is described as a white male adult, about 6-feet tall, of average build and last seen wearing a black hoodie.
If anyone has tips in this case, they are asked to call (541) 682-5111.