Police say two men were dressed for success when it came to roadside robbery.
A motorist who stopped to help two men in dress pants jump start a pickup truck was robbed of his wallet, jewelry and telephone at knifepoint early Thursday, police said.
The victim told police he had been driving east on Ramon Road and was stopped for a red light at Desert Vista Road, when he noticed a man standing on the north side of the road with jumper cables, Diaz said.
The motorist offered to help and drove the man a few blocks, Diaz said. At the pickup, another man came up and thanked him, then the first pulled a knife and held it to his neck, Diaz said.
The aggressor took the man's wallet, rings and cellular telephone, then let him go, Diaz said.
One suspect was about 6 feet and 180 pounds, with a bald head and a thin black mustache; he was wearing a maroon button-down shirt and dark dress pants, Diaz said.
The other suspect was heavy set and about 5 feet 8 inches tall, with wavy black hair; he was wearing a white shirt and gray dress pants with white pin stripes, Diaz said.
Anyone with more information was asked to call the police at 760-770- 0303.