OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City police have released the sketch of a man who may have robbed former Gov. George Nigh.
Police on Friday described the alleged assailant as a heavyset black man, weighing about 6 feet, 2 inches tall and wearing a light gray sweatsuit and baseball cap.
Nigh told officers a man shoved a gun in his face and demanded his wallet as he and his wife, Donna, were returning to their northwest Oklahoma City home from a formal dinner about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday. Nigh says the man apparently didn't know he was robbing a former governor.
Police say Nigh told them his wallet had about $300 in it, but the robber didn't ask for anything else before he ran away on foot.
Nigh says neither he nor his wife were hurt.
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