NBA's Enes Kanter says he is 'shocked and disgusted' after his brother was robbed in Atlanta

Enes Kanter, a center for the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, called fornormal gun control measuresafter he said his brother was robbed in Atlanta over the weekend.

I’m shocked and disgusted,” Kanter wrote in a tweet on Sunday. “My little brother (Ahmet) walking around Atlanta, gets a gun pulled on him, and robbed. When will we have some normal gun control measures? This is not okay & not normal. We need to keep demanding peace & change, and stop putting guns in peoples hands.
According to Atlanta police, officers were dispatched to a robbery call in downtown Atlanta just after 4 上午. 在星期天.
      Ahmet Kanter and two other people said they were walking to get sodas when they were harassed by four men and one allegedly tried to rip a diamond chain off Kanter’s neck, according to a police report. The chain broke but Kanter held on to it.
        Kanter and his friends encountered a state trooper at a convenience store and he told them to call 911, the police report said. Then they headed to a parking deck.
          The victims, who live in two Atlanta suburbs, saw the four men in a car that followed them from the entrance of the deck, according to the police report.
          Faced with two guns, the victims gave up some shoes, a wallet, 按键, an iPhone, a bracelet and the necklace, according to the police report. Kanter told police one of the suspects was wearing a ski mask.
          The incident was recorded on security cameras at a business, 哪一个 Kanter tweeted.
            The report does not indicate any other injuries from the incident.
            Atlanta Police told CNN the incident is still under investigation and no arrests have been made.