A 46-year-old Toms River man, who lives on Buermann Avenue, said he was robbed by two males he met at the Garfield Avenue WaWa, according to Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy.
The 46 year old reported to police at midnight Saturday that at 9 p.m. he met two subjects by the WaWa at Garfield Avenue.
The victim reported to Officer Tim Sysol that the males asked for a cigarette, then he walked to his home nearby to get a jacket and shortly thereafter one suspect pulled a knife and demanded his wallet.
The suspects then when into the victims pants looking for his wallet and removed 60 suboxone pills.
The victim then stated that the two males fled the area on foot, one of which left a grey and white quicksilver winter jacket at the scene that was recovered by the officers.
The suspects are described as two white males, each weighing about 160 lbs, 5’ 7”, about 20 years of age, one wearing a red shirt and the other a black baseball cap and white tank top.
The victim possessed the suboxone pills legally, Mastronardy said.