Men drive off with woman's purse, police say
Woman met strangers at gas pump, accepted ride
Police said men in an SUV drove off from a gas station in Madison with a woman's purse.
The Madison Police Department said a 37-year-old woman was at the Mobil gas station Monday at 8:53 p.m. when she accepted a ride with two men she met at the pump.
Police said the man driving the tan-colored SUV told the victim she could toss her purse in the vehicle through an open rear-seat window before getting in. Once the purse was in the SUV, the men drove off
One of the men in the SUV was described as black with a light complexion, in his 20s or 30s, tall, with medium build, according to the report. His hair was worn in long dreadlocks pulled back in a ponytail and he was wearing a tan hooded sweatshirt.
The other man was described as black, with a dark complexion in his late 20s, tall, with a slender build, the report said. He had short hair and was wearing a bright-colored hooded sweatshirt.
The victim told police the SUV had Illinois plates.
The Mobile station is at 4601 Verona Road.
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