Man Robs Woman at Gunpoint Then Demands She Adds Him on Facebook and Asks Her Out

An armed robber who allegedly robbed a woman inside her house later asked her to send him a friend request on Facebook and ask her out on a date.

On May 8, at 4 am, Amber Beraun from Southeast Indianapolis returned home after a long day at work and was checking her mailbox when a man she identified as Damien Boyce approached her with a gun.

“He took it out of his pocket to show me what was going on – ‘let me into your house.’ I did not do that,” Amber told WRTV.

After refusing to let him inside her house, Beraun handed him all the cash she had on her and asked him to leave. However, he did not stop there and asked Amber if she had a boyfriend and then demanded that she add him on Facebook.

According to the news outlet, Damien Boyce forced Beraun to add him on Facebook by pointing a gun at her and making sure she sent him a friend request on Facebook.

“I thought if maybe I added him on Facebook, he would leave, and he did,” Beraun said. 

But shortly afterward, he started messaging her on Facebook and said she was ‘too pretty to rob.’

According to the court documents obtained by WRTV, one of his messages read,

“Look you know I’mma pay you back. It’s a f***** up way to meet someone, but d*** you wass to pretty to rob.”

Amber Beraun said the incident has left her shaken.

“He really tried to rob me of my own things, but he took away my sense of safety from my own home,” she told the news station.

“It makes me a little on edge knowing that people walk up and down the street, looking for places to commit crimes,” she added. “It makes it a little different when you hear noises at night.”

As reported by The New York Post, Damien Boyce was arrested and charged in a separate armed robbery on June 12 where he allegedly shot two people and hit the third in the head with a brick.

“Police said the incident occurred after an argument broke out between Boyce and the victims. The gunman then allegedly barricaded himself before a SWAT team was deployed.”

He was later arrested by the police and charged with burglary, unlawful possession of a weapon, and criminal recklessness.

“He was also charged in the gunpoint robbery of Beraun last Wednesday and was being held on a $7,500 bond.”

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Source: WRTV

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