BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A handgun wielding man climbed into the a second floor apartment early Sunday and demanded weed from the occupant at gunpoint, only to realize the victim had no weed and he was in the wrong apartment.
Police say the thug climbed into the second floor apartment at 638 NW 13th Street and ordered an answer to the question: “where's my weed?!”
The resident said he had no marijuana, but did have cash in his jeans pocket if he wanted to take it. The thug ordered the man on the ground, punched him, then admitted he was in the wrong place. He asked the victim if he knew a guy named “Wilson.”
The resident did not.
That apparently led the gunman to say, “Oh man, I came to the wrong house.”
Not one to leave empty handed, he took the cash from the man's jeans and left.
Boca Police say thief is described as a black male, roughly six feet tall, wearing black clothing and armed with a handgun.
If you know who he is, or happen to be a guy named Wilson with marijuana waiting to be picked up, call Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS. You can remain anonymous.
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