Police: Man arrested after robbing 15-year-old at gunpoint

SEATTLE -- A 21-year-old man was arrested after robbing a 15-year-old boy at gunpoint Thursday night near Rainier Beach High School, according to the Seattle Police Department. But, two other suspected robbers are still on the loose.

According to police, the victim was in the 5100 block of South Kenyon Street around 9 p.m. when three men came up to him and demanded the gold chain he was wearing around his neck. One of the men reportedly had a gun tucked into his shorts and told the victim he would shoot him if he didn't hand it over.

One of the men grabbed the necklace off the victim's neck, leaving him with a bloody scratch and ripped shirt, and the men ran off, according to police.

When officers spotted the men near 52nd Avenue South and South Kenyon Street, the men took off running in different directions.

According police, officers caught up with the 21-year-old suspect in a parking lot and arrested him. He reportedly had a stolen gun in his pants and multiple warrants out for his arrest.

The suspect was booked into King County Jail for the warrants and investigation of robbery.

Police are still looking for the two other men.