The Atlanta man arrived at the Marathon convenience store located at 2275 Buford Highway around 3 p.m. and parked on the south side of the building. He noticed a tan sport utility vehicle, possible a Ford Explorer, parked next to his vehicle.
"[The victim] stated as he was opening his door, he was approached by a short, heavyset light-skinned black or Hispanic male," the officer noted in the report. "[The victim] stated the male had a striking resemblance to Danny Devito."
The Atlanta man said the male "politely" asked him for money. The Atlanta man reportedly declined to hand over any money and sat down inside his vehicle. The male then began yelling at the Atlanta man and demanding money. As the Atlanta man tried to close his car door, the male allegedly threatened to cut the Atlanta man's throat.
The male allegedly removed $30 from the Atlanta man's wallet and took his car keys before leaving the scene.
The convenience store has a surveillance system, but the clerk on duty did not know how to operate the equipment in order to review the footage.
Police were unable to recover any prints from the Atlanta man's car and were also unable to locate the man's keys, which the male reportedly said he would toss once he drove out of the parking lot.
The case is listed as active.
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