WARNER ROBINS -- A 39-year-old woman robbed and assaulted at gunpoint early Tuesday at her Warner Robins mobile home was taken to The Medical Center of Central Georgia after the incident, police said.
Her injuries were not life threatening, Tabitha Pugh, public information officer for Warner Robins police, said. It was unclear whether the woman was still hospitalized.
Three men robbed the woman and a 20-year-old man at the residence, Pugh said.
The suspects are described in the incident report as three slender black males wearing white shirts and black shorts. Pugh said police do not have a more detailed description.
The incident report labeled the incident as residential robbery by gun, aggravated battery and battery. Police were dispatched to the residence in reference to a 911 open line with screaming in the background, the report states.
The victims told arriving officers that they had just been robbed, the report stated.
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