BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Two men were robbed at gunpoint in the area of the Fedex store at 2300 North Dixie Highway in east Boca, and now police need your help in catching the thugs who fled the area.
According to police:
The two victims told officers they live in the area and after running an errand at the FedEx on North Federal Highway, they walked to 2300 N. Dixie Highway. The victims were talking while sitting on a bench in front of the closed business. After about 15 minutes, they heard footsteps and saw two males walking from the south side of the building. The two suspects pointed silver handguns at the victims and one said, “Give me everything or else!” The victims gave the suspects their wallets and a suspect grabbed one victim’s phone, which was attached to the waistband of his pants. The suspects ran east on NE 23rd Street. The victims were not injured.
The suspects are described as black males, early to mid 20’s, 5’5” to 6’ tall; one suspect was thin, the second suspect was described as stocky. Both suspects had very short hair and were wearing baggy pants and dark hoodies.
If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Cruz at (561) 338-1320 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.
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