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Published on April 24, 2024
SAPD Seeks Help to Apprehend Suspects in Late-Night South Side Fast-Food Restaurant RobberySource: Facebook/San Antonio Police Department

The San Antonio Police Department is on the hunt for two suspects following the armed robbery of a local fast-food joint on the city's south side, officials said. The SAPD Robbery Task Force has called for community assistance to identify the pair believed to have stormed into the eatery and confronted a clerk with firearms demanding cash, as reported by KENS 5.

The incident took place late at night on April 3, when the two culprits entered the business at approximately 11:55 p.m., brandishing guns they made away with an undisclosed amount of money; this according to SAPD, no employees or patrons were harmed during the heist. Citizens with relevant information concerning the suspects' identities are urged to come forward and can contact the SAPD Robbery Unit by dialing (210) 207-0311, and they have the option to remain anonymous, this was found in a statement by KSAT.

Surveillance footage from the restaurant has been reviewed but thus far has failed to lead to any arrests, police continue their efforts to track down the criminals who are at large. The San Antonio community is on alert as authorities reinforce the seriousness of the crime and the urgency to apprehend the suspects responsible for the armed robbery taking place in their vicinity.

Both KENS 5 and KSAT have brought attention to the robbery, emphasizing the ongoing investigation and the need for public involvement to aid the SAPD. Anyone who can identify the suspects captured on the fast food's security cameras or has knowledge pertaining to the crime is strongly encouraged to help by providing information to the authorities, even though not every instance like this results in quick justice, every tip can be a significant step toward making the community safer.