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Yakima Police Department: Armed Robbery- 01/03/2014

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Incident: Armed Robbery Case Number: 14Y00377

 

Date: Jan. 3, 2014

 

Location: 1100 block W. Lincoln Ave. "Reyna's Joyeria"

 

Suspect: 3 HISPANIC MALES, BLACK AND/OR GREY CLOTHING, DARK HOODIES

UNKNOWN FURTHER DESCRIPTION; DISPLAYED BLACK HANDGUNS

 

Employee victim: 50's year old female, pushed and shoved down

 

Narrative: On 1/3/14 at approximately 1820 hrs., Yakima Police Officer responded to the business Reyna's Joyeria in the 1100 block of W. Lincoln to a 911 call for help. On arrival, they located the store's employee who reported she was robbed at gunpoint.

 

The victim employee was confronted by three Hispanic males wearing dark clothing and each armed with black handguns. They shoved the employee to the floor and started breaking display cases and took numerous pieces of jewelry. In addition, the suspects stole money out of the register and the amount is unknown at this release.

 

The employee was sore but did not sustain serious injury. No shots were fired.

 

The suspects were not located and the case remains under investigation. Anyone who has information regarding this crime should call The Yakima Police Dept. at 509) 575-6200 or 911.

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