DENVER - Police are looking for two men who held up another man at gunpoint and took his pants, his shoes and his backpack.
It happened at 4:15 a.m. near East Colfax Avenue and North Adams Street on May 15, according to the Denver Police Department.
The first suspect approached the victim and asked for a lighter, police said. The second suspect pulled up to the curb in a red car and pointed a silver handgun at the victim and demanded his pants, shoes and backpack.
The victim stripped and handed over the items and his backpack to the second suspect, who got into the car. The men then away, according to police.
The first suspect is described a black man who is about 30 years old and has a light complexion. He is about 5-feet-9-inches tall and 165 pounds. He was wearing brown pants, a plain white T-shirt, Fila shoes and a navy blue baseball cap.
The second suspect is described as a black man, who is about 30 years old and has a dark complexion. He was wearing a black "dress hat" with a brim and a blue or red ribbon above the brim. This suspect spoke with a foreign accent.
The suspect vehicle is described as a red, small, newer model Ford two-door car, with tinted windows in the rear and out-of-state license plate with number NVA-644. The license plate was described as having blue and green colors.