Police in North Carolina are searching for a teenager who they say robbed a nine-year-old boy at gunpoint while the child was selling lemonade.
Deputies responded to a report of an armed robbery involving a 9-year-old boy selling lemonade.
The boy was at his lemonade stand at a roundabout in St. John's Forest development about 3 p.m. Saturday when a teenager wearing a camouflage hat walked up, pointed a gun at the child's stomach and demanded he hand over the money he'd earned, Union County police said.
Deputies say they located a trail in the woods where a camo hat, a black colored BB handgun and stolen metal tin were recovered.
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Within hours, he had raised over $250 for his landscaping business. "In today's world, people are very bold", he said. "We kinda explained it to him that bad things do happen to good people and you never know when it's going to happen to you". The money will go toward the purchase of a riding lawnmower.
The boy reopened his lemonade stand in a new location at the community pool on Sunday, neighbors said.
Mr Smith said that his son will continue to sell lemonade, but with added safety precautions.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Union County Sheriff's Office at 704-283-3789 or Union County Crime Stoppers at 704-283-5600.