A 67-year-old man was robbed at knifepoint early Saturday morning as he was jogging to work on 5th Street, New Providence Police said.
According to Deputy Chief Scott Torre, the man saw a silver, four-door sedan parked on Bradford Street with the headlights on as he ran past at about 3:50 a.m. Saturday.
The victim continued jogging on 5th Street when the vehicle pulled in front of him and stopped, Torre said. Two black males, described only as being between 25 and 28 years old, exited the car and demanded he turn over everything he had, Torre said.
The passenger, armed with a knife, patted down the victim and removed cash from his pockets, Torre said. The vehicle then fled on Gales Drive and then onto South Street, Torre said.
The passenger was described as "skinny," wearing a baseball hat and a black jacket.
Anyone with information can contact New Providence Detective Steven
Drown at 908-665-1111.