INDIANAPOLIS - A man was robbed at gunpoint after meeting a 16-year-old girl on Facebook and getting together for sex, police said.
A 41-year-old man from Indianapolis told police he picked up the girl at an apartment complex in Noblesville then drove to a house in downtown Indianapolis to meet up with one of the girl's friends.
After arriving at the house, which was abandoned, the girl told the man to wait while she got her friend.
The man said two males approached him and began punching and kicking him and threatening to shoot him, police said.
The two males went through man's pockets and took his wallet, keys and phone, he told police.
The man reported that the two males and the two females left in his 2013 Lexus and went on a shopping spree with his credit cards while three other males in their teens with a gun held him in the home for roughly seven hours.
After the group returned from shopping, they returned the man's car to him and told him to leave, police said.
Police have not released any information about arrests in this case.