The Kyle Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred in broad daylight Wednesday morning in the Post Oak subdivision.
According to a city of Kyle press release, the incident occurred around 10:05 a.m. in the 100 block of Musgrav in Kyle. Kim Hilsenbeck, Kyle communications specialist, said there is no connection between the armed robbery and a welfare concern incident that took place earlier in the day in the Steeplechase subdivision.
Jeff Barnett, Kyle Police Chief, said a male victim told authorities he was mowing his lawn when he was approached by two black males who allegedly brandished handguns and assaulted him with a crow bar.
According to Barnett, one suspect is described as standing 6-feet tall and weighing approximately 250 pounds. The suspect has a dark complexion and was wearing a black hoodie and a black mask.
The second suspect, who also stood at approximately 6-feet tall, had a light complexion and wore a red hoodie with no mask. The victim said the second suspect had a mole on his face near his nose. The two fled the scene in a late model red four-door Mitsubishi SUV.
Anyone with information regarding this incident should call the Kyle Police Department at 512.268.3232.