A bandana-wearing trio, armed with handguns, stuck up a Sprint store in suburban West Palm Beach Saturday night at closing time, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
It was about 8:40 p.m. when the group forced employees to open a safe, the sheriff's office said.
They stole cash and a large number of new phones and then took off in a vehicle parked nearby, the sheriff's office said.
PBSO said it is looking for two males and a female and gave this description:
Suspect 1 - B/M, 6’0", thin build, wearing all black with a red bandana (Armed Handgun)
Suspect 2 - B/F, 5’5”, thin build, wearing all black with a blue bandana hoodie that had a pink design on the back (Armed Handgun)
Suspect 3 – B/M, 6'0", thin build, wearing all black with a black bandana (Armed Handgun)
If you know anything you are urged to call Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
Do you know anyone selling some phones on the cheap? This maybe where they got them from. Keep you're eyes peeled for these robbers. pic.twitter.com/CRBV8nZkTy
— PBSO (@PBCountySheriff) May 31, 2017