Police have reported two more armed robberies in West Orange late Friday evening at about the same time.
In the first report, a Union teen was robbed Friday evening at gunpoint outside a party on Osborne Place in West Orange, according to authorities.
The 17-year-old told police he was standing outside a house party just before 11:30 p.m. when a car parked nearby on Osborne Place and seven to nine men got out of the car.
One of the men walked up to the teen and threatened to shoot him with a black revolver, Lt. Robert Williams said. The armed man robbed the teen of his iPhone, valued at $600, and took off down Osborne Place getting back into the car.
Williams described the armed man as a 6-foot tall black man, around 18 to 19-years-old wearing a hooded sweatshirt.
The second armed robbery was reported just after 11:30 p.m. where a 26-year-old West Orange resident was robbed at gunpoint while waiting for an NJ Transit bus on Main Street, Williams said.
The resident told police while waiting for the bus at 242 Main Street, a man approached him with a black gun demanding his iPod, headphones and wallet.
The armed robber took off south on Main Street and got into a white car stealing $200 in cash as well as the resident's iPod and headphones, according to the report.
Williams described the armed robber as a thin 5-foot-6 black man about 18 to 19-years-old.