Philadelphia Man Victim of Highway Robbery

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Highway robbery is a crime we don’t see often these days, but in Philadelphia, that’s what happened to a man driving down Chestnut Street last Thursday.

According to police, on Thursday, at approximately 6:00 am, the victim, a 39-year-old-male, was on 200 block of Chestnut Street when a dark green SUV with an unknown black female driver pulled in front of the victim’s car.

After, she stopped, an unknown black male passenger exited the vehicle armed with a handgun demanding his belongings.
“After complying with the suspect’s demands handing over his wallet, iPhone 10, keys and carry bag, the suspect got back into the vehicle and was last seen on Chestnut Street toward 3rd Street,” police said.