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Little Rock police recalls warrant after Facebook Marketplace robbery

According to the report, a woman and her son were meeting someone from the Facebook Marketplace to purchase a PS4 when a suspect pulled a gun on them.
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark — Update: Police on Friday said they received information that "refuted statements made by the victims" and have recalled a warrant for a teenager. We have removed their name from the article.

Original: According to Little Rock police are searching for a suspect wanted for aggravated robbery and two counts of terroristic act after an incident that occurred on April 29.

According to the report, a woman and her son said they met someone from the Facebook Marketplace about purchasing a PS4. The report says she paid $250 for the PS4, but the man said he didn't have the controller.

The woman said she left the premises, but was contacted by the man shortly after, who reportedly said he found the controller.

The report says she turned around and drove back to meet the suspect. Upon arrival, she said a suspect, approached the passenger side of her vehicle with a backpack. He reportedly place the backpack inside the vehicle and proceeded to pull out a handgun.

The woman's son said he tried to push the gun down, as the suspect said, "Give me all your money," and allegedly discharged a round inside the vehicle.

According to the report, the woman drove off as the suspect fired two more rounds into her windshield. The report says the woman's son had minor injuries from the slide of the gun, but did not request medical attention.

Police are still searching for the suspect. If you have any information on his whereabouts, please contact Detective Kendall Harper at 501-404-3015.