Someone robbed a Flossmoor jogger at the intersection of Sterling Avenue and Flossmoor Road at 8 p.m., according to police.
According to the report, the jogger noticed a man exit a black or blue SUV stopped at the intersection. Police said the unknown man caught up with the jogger at the intersection of Flossmoor Road and Leavitt Avenue and asked the jogger if he could borrow a cell phone, to which the jogger replied, "no," and kept jogging.
Before the jogger could establish a secure distance, the unknown man grabbed the jogger by the arm, reached into the jogger's shorts and removed the jogger's iPod, according to the report.
Police said the unknown man then returned to the SUV and left the scene.
According to police, the man is described as a black male, 15 to 16 years old and about 5'11'' with a slender build. He is said to have a blemish under his right eye and he was wearing red H-F High School shorts, a white tee shirt and earrings resembling a shamrock design, according to the report.
Flossmoor Deputy Chief Mike Pulec is requesting the community's help to solve this robbery.
"Contact police investigations if any suspicious individuals were observed during this time, especially if they have been seen knocking on residen't's doors," Deputy Chief Pulec said.