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Suspects arrested in robbery at South Park Mall threatened to shoot Macy’s employees and retailer, records show

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police made a second arrest in reference to a robbery at South Park Mall this summer season.

Victoria Cantera, 31, was taken into custody on Saturday and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, records with the Bexar County Jail show. Her co-defendant, Jesse Delacruz, 34, was arrested Tuesday on the identical prices.

An arrest warrant affidavit states that Cantera went into Macy’s at South Park Mall on June 19 and stole a number of gadgets.

Two employees confronted her as she left with the unpaid gadgets.

Delacruz, who was parked outdoors the shop, then approached the employees with a pointy object, the affidavit states. The victims described the sharp object as an ice decide or screwdriver.

The employees mentioned Delacruz threatened to hurt them, and Cantera instructed Delacruz to “get his gun and shoot the victims and the department store,” the affidavit states.

The employees let the suspects depart the mall.


Police mentioned the suspects drove off in a inexperienced, four-door Acura. The suspects had been seen in the identical automotive on July 11 and had been pulled over by police.

Delacruz was arrested for unrelated prices, however police mentioned it appeared they had been the suspects in the aggravated robbery.

The Macy’s employees later recognized them because the suspects, and warrants for his or her arrests had been issued final week.

Cantera’s bond is about at $100,000 and Delacruz’s bond is about at $150,000.

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