STOCKTON — Police in Stockton say a superb Samaritan was robbed in an obvious lure.
In line with investigators, the bait and change theft occurred early shortly after midnight on Thursday on Fremont and Union streets.
A person driving down the road noticed somebody laying within the street. He stopped to assist, however police say he walked proper into hazard.
“No good deed goes unpunished,” neighbor Lucifer Stilley stated.
Neighbors like Stilley say they have been saddened to study of the theft.
“Individuals are opportunists, hunters. You realize? I imply, sadly, we take from one another and that’s fairly unhappy,” Stilley stated.
Investigators say as soon as the sufferer pulled over, two males emerged. One had a knife and the opposite had a gun.
“This case is an uncommon case simply due to the sheer nature of our sufferer seeing an individual laying within the street who seems to be one of many suspects as a result of that individual additionally fled,” Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva stated.
Investigators say the person who had been mendacity on the bottom was used as bait.
Regardless of the person’s good intentions, cops advise to not cease in a excessive crime neighborhood since you by no means know what you may discover.
Anybody with details about the theft is urged to contact the Stockton Police Division.