Officers with the Youngstown Police Department say a man was robbed at knifepoint in the parking lot of a funeral home on Monday.

According to the police report, the victim told police he was driving down Midlothian when he saw another man walking. Police say when the victim pulled up to speak with the man, he asked the victim for a ride home, which he accepted.

The victim told police this man was familiar to him, but he did not know his name. Police say the victim stops and talks with this man whenever he's in the area. Police say the man asked the victim to pull into the parking lot of the Augustine Funeral Home, which he did.

According to the report, the man went inside the funeral home for a bit and when he got back in the car, he pulled out a knife, stuck it in the victim's face and told him to give up all he had "if he knew what was best for him."

The victim gave the man his wallet which contained several credit cards and a debit card and the man ran off into a wooded area. Police say when the man called to cancel his debit card, he was told it had already been used at a Burger King.

No arrests have been made at this time.