Robbery-Business Arby`s 9500 Block San Pedro Ave. SAPD14025905
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Offense: Robbery Business SAPD14025905
Complainant: Arby?s Restaurant
Synopsis: On Monday February 3, 2014 at approximately 7:30 PM two males drove into the parking lot of Arby?s located in the 9500 block of San Pedro Ave. The driver reversed the car, a red Ford Crown Victoria with a silver top into a parking spot. The driver then exited the vehicle while the passenger stayed inside, and walked to the rear of the car where he flipped the license plate down. The suspect, then entered the restaurant and approached the cashier. The suspect demanded that the cashier give him all the money in the register and motioned that he was carrying a gun. The cashier fearing for her life immediately complied. The suspect then took the money and fled the location in the vehicle northbound on San Pedro Ave.
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Media Release Date: April 17, 2014 SAPD14025905
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