BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We don’t expect that you can identify the idiot hanging from the ceiling of the Advance American Check Cashing Store, but maybe you know his (or her) sneakers. Maybe those pants look familiar.
We first told you of the armed robbery two weeks ago. While extremely scary, no one was hurt. Now, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying the two men allegedly involved with the break-in. The thugs gained entrance from the roof..
Here is the latest media release from PBSO:
The victim was preparing to open the Advance American Check Cashing store when she was confronted by two armed black males, wearing black & gray clothing, leather gloves and masks. One of the suspects held the victim at gun point as he ordered her to open the safe. The second suspect stood by. The suspects grabbed the cash and fled out the back door.
This incident occurred in the 21000 block of State Road 7, Boca Raton.
The suspects were described as early 20’s; 5’07” to 5’08”, skinny builds.
If anyone can identify these suspects they are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
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