Wichita, Kan. -- A man tells Wichita Police he was forced to withdraw money from the bank and drive a suspect around Wichita.
The incident was reported at 6 a.m. Saturday and began in the 5600 block of East Harry. The victim tells police that the suspect approached him in the parking lot, put his hand on his pocket and said, "If you know what's good for you, you're gonna do what I say."
The suspect then forced the 24-year-old man to drive to several locations around Wichita, before making him stop at an ATM and withdrawing $100. The suspect was then dropped off at a Sonic Drive In on S. Oliver.
The victim described the suspect as a black male. He was wearing a black hat, black shirt and blue jeans. He has tear drop tattoos hear his left eye and two gold front teeth. He also has a southern accent and answers to the street name "T."
Sgt. John Hoofer says "T" is a common street name, so they haven't yet tracked down the suspect. The victim was not hurt.