The suspects pressured a feminine and male worker to get on their knees earlier than stealing money from the money registers.
The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division is hoping somebody will acknowledge a few armed suspects who held up a pawn shop earlier this week.
Video reveals them coming into the shop on the southside with guns drawn. They pressured a feminine and male worker to get on their knees earlier than stealing money from the money registers.
It occurred about 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, within the 4500 block of Almeda.
The robbers obtained away with an unknown amount of money in a darkish grey Dodge Charger.
Suspect #1: Black male, black hoodie with “Playboy” in white written on the back and front, together with a picture of a lady on the again, black denims, black sneakers and a black masks on his face protecting the mouth portion.
Suspect #2: Black male, black hoodie, black denims, black sneakers, hood overhead and black masks protecting his mouth portion. He was sporting one pink, white and blue glove and one black glove.
Detectives additionally need to question a 3rd male who entered the shop earlier than the suspects. He was buzzed in when he advised staff he was pawning an merchandise. The two suspects adopted him in. The male, who was carrying a laptop computer, ran out when he noticed the suspects. Police are calling him an individual of curiosity or attainable witness.
Person of curiosity: Black male, grey shirt with grey pants with black stripes and sporting pink sneakers.
Please contact Crime Stoppers of Houston DIRECTLY you probably have any data associated to this investigation. Information resulting in the charging and/or arrest of any felony suspects could lead to a money fee as much as $5,000. Tipsters MUST contact Crime Stoppers DIRECTLY to stay nameless and to be thought-about for a money fee by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitting a web-based tip at www.crime-stoppers.org or by means of the Crime Stoppers cellular app.
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