Dawson County authorities tell us Daniel Resse of Lamesa was robbed at gunpoint Friday afternoon by two Hispanic males.
Reese, who is an employee of B.E. Implement in Lamesa, told the Dawson County Sheriff's office that two Hispanic males entered the store and stated that their vehicle was broken down. Resse offered to give the men a ride back to their vehicle after a stop at Auto Zone to purchase antifreeze.
When they arrived at the vehicle about 5 miles north of Lamesa, Resse noticed a black male sitting on the tailgate of their truck.
Deputies say as he placed the vehicle in park, the suspect sitting next to him grabbed Resse's cell phone from its holster and pulled the keys out of the ignition.
The other suspect then pulled a gun and demanded his wallet as well. They then fled in the truck northbound on Highway 87.
The suspects are described as two Hispanic males - both in early 20s, both approximately 5'7 - one in green t-shirt and blue jeans, the other in a blue and white button up shirt, blue jeans and a cap. The one in the blue and white shirt was said to be slimmer in build than the other.
Deputies are also seeking a black male, unknown age, approximately 5'10, with buzz hair cut and a very slim build. This subject also has numerous tattoos on his arms.
They are said to be driving a 2000-2002 Dodge Crew cab pickup, red, with faded paint.
These suspects are considered armed and dangerous.
If you have any information, please contact the Dawson County Sheriff's office at (806) 872-7560.
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