A man suffered non-incapacitating injuries in what witnesses said was an assault and robbery at Post Oak Mall.
College Station responded about 3:37 p.m. Sunday and talked to witnesses reported that several suspects physically assaulted a man in the mall and stole property from him. Police searched for the suspects who fled on foot, but hadn’t located them Sunday night.
A police report said the investigation indicated that the incident was not random and there is no danger to the public. The case has been turned over to the College Station Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division.
Robbery — Section 29.02, TX Penal Code — is defined as when a person, while in the course of committing theft and with the intent to obtain or maintain control of property: intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another. It is classified as a 2nd degree felony which is punishable by between 2 and 20 years in prison and/or a fine not to exceeded $10,000.