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Photos show suspects accused of kicking, robbing woman at gunpoint on Delmar

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Police say four suspects robbed a woman at gunpoint on Delmar just inside the city limits before driving away in a white Toyota Corolla. Credit: SLMPD Police say four suspects robbed a woman at gunpoint on Delmar just inside the city limits before driving away in a white Toyota Corolla. Credit: SLMPD
Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police) Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police)
Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police) Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police)
Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police) Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police)
Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police) Surveillance photo of suspects robbing a woman on Delmar (Credit: St. Louis Police)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com)-- A woman is searching for answers after four suspects robbed her while she was walking on Delmar Tuesday morning.

Police said the 26-year-old woman was walking west on Delmar, turning to walk on Eastgate, when two men approached her from behind and put a gun to the back of her head.

The suspects grabbed her purse, but the victim refused to let go, causing her to be dragged, police said.

After kicking the woman, authorities said the suspects gained control of her purse. The suspects then ran towards a four-door white sedan and entered the car with a third suspect. The car was driven by a fourth suspect who never exited the car.

According to police reports, the suspects then drove north on Eastgate.

The victim suffered a minor cut to her knee and refused medical treatment.

The suspect vehicle is described as a four-door white 2014-2017 Toyota Corolla with no front license plate.

If you have seen this vehicle or recognize any of the suspects contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.

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