Man robbed at gunpoint in Rosenberg

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ROSENBERG - Police are looking for the suspects who robbed a Rosenberg man at gunpoint Sunday night.

Rosenberg police said officers responded to a call for an aggravated robbery in the 1100 block of Radio Lane around 10 p.m. Sunday.

Officials said the victim was removing a pressure washer from his vehicle when a man with a gun walked up to him. The suspect took the victim's pressure washer, wallet and jewelry before driving off in a white Ford Expedition.

Police said a woman was in the suspect's vehicle.

Officials described the male suspect as six feet tall and 240 pounds with a large build. He had a deep voice and spoke Spanish.

The female suspect had blonde, shoulder-length hair, according to police.

Authorities said the suspect's vehicle was an older model Expedition, possibly from the late 90s. It had 22-inch chrome rims and tinted back windows. The back rear passenger side tire was missing a rim or was a spare.

Anyone with information on the suspects or their vehicle should call Det. John Rivera at 832-595-3725.

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