According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the 17-year-old was running at the intersection of Montclair Way and Montclair Place around 7:30 p.m. on a recent Saturday when he was approached by another jogger.
The other man asked if he could borrow his cell phone, so he handed it over and the man looked as if he was calling someone.
A white or silver sedan pulled up with two men inside. The jogger "borrowing" the phone tossed it in the car, and the teen told him to give it back. The suspect refused, so the victim reached for the car door. The thief punched him in the face, got into the car and they drove away.
A local woman, 51, was driving home when saw the victim bleeding profusely from his face and trying to wave her down. She stopped and called police for him.
Gwinnett officers attempted to call his cell phone but it had been shut off. The victim also said he did not have an application to track the iPhone. Authorities were not able to locate the suspects.
The victim described the supposed jogger as a 6-foot-tall black male with a thin build and between the ages of 22 and 28. He was wearing slim gray sweat pants, black Nike shoes with gold-colored Nike symbols on it, and a baseball hat that said "Obey" on it.
The other suspects in the car were also black males, with one having a heavy build.
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