NORWALK, Conn. - A man reported being robbed at gunpoint outside a Norwalk restaurant Tuesday afternoon, police said.
The man told police when he arrived at the Rice King restaurant on Stevens Street, he saw three men hanging outside. When he walked out of the restaurant, one of the men came up behind him, stuck a gun in his side and demanded his car keys, police said. The robber went through his car but didn't take anything, police said. He did take cash from the victim before running off down the street, police said.
A police dog was brought in to help with the search of the area, but no trace of the robber was found. He was described as being black or Hispanic with a scruffy beard, wearing a black puffy jacket and blue jeans. Police said the matter is being investigated.
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