People who love fair oaking and have an interest in the forest might have a tough time finding the right spot to enjoy it.
A woman was robbed and seriously injured in a parking lot at the Valleys View Mall in downtown Denver on Saturday, the first incident in a series of similar robberies in the area.
The woman was walking near the entrance to the mall when a man approached her, according to Denver police.
The suspect fled in a vehicle, but the woman was able to call 911 and was able a short time later to get help from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
The suspect is described as white or Asian in appearance, between the ages of 20 and 25, wearing a dark blue or dark green hoodie, a blue or light green shirt, and blue or black shoes, according.
A witness who lives nearby said the man entered the mall at around 1 p.m. and began yelling obscenities at people.
He then pulled out a gun and pointed it at a woman in the parking lot, said the witness, who was not authorized to speak to the media.
The woman called 911, who then called the police.
Police officers responded and were able to arrest the suspect in the mall parking lot and he was taken into custody.
No injuries were reported, police said.
Fair Oaks Park, a small neighborhood park with a small number of residents, was not immediately clear whether the suspect or victims had been injured.