Reward offered for bandits in Safeway armed robbery – The Bulletin Time

PALO ALTO — Police are offering a $10,000 reward for data ensuing in the arrest of three suspects wanted for the armed theft of a Palo Alto Safeway.

Police launched the reward Saturday and launched video surveillance pictures of the three suspects, who police acknowledged robbed the Safeway at 2811 Middlefield Road at 12:38 a.m. Friday morning.

One in all many three confirmed a gun to a male employee, forcing him to the underside near the pharmacy, whereas one different suspect smashed the glass of the pharmacy and grabbed prescription drugs, police acknowledged. The third suspect acted as a lookout near the doorway of the store.

The three males have been remaining seen going eastbound on Oregon Expressway in a pickup truck. No person was injured throughout the theft.

Police initially acquired a report merely three minutes after the theft, at 12:41 a.m, along with data {{that a}} gun had been shot. Nevertheless it appears the witness would possibly want been confused with the sound of the pharmacy glass door breaking, police spokesperson Janine De La Vega acknowledged in a launch Friday.

Video surveillance from Thursday night at 9:44 p.m., merely three hours sooner than the theft, confirmed two suspects who stole meals from the store. Police are releasing the images of your entire suspects.

The three suspects throughout the armed theft are believed to be males of their 20s ranging in prime from 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-9, with medium builds. The one who brandished a gun wore a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and pink sneakers. The second man who broke the glass throughout the pharmacy wore a yellow hooded-sweatshirt with a Tommy Hilfiger model, darkish pants and black sneakers. The third suspect, believed to be the lookout, wore a red-hooded jacket, gray pants and white sneakers, police acknowledged.

They’re suspected to have fled in a pink two-door pickup truck, most likely an early 2000 model Ford or Chevrolet.

The $10,000 is being supplied by means of Mothers In opposition to Murder, a Los Altos non-profit group.

Anyone with particulars concerning the armed theft is requested to call the police’s 24-hour dispatch at 650-329-2413. Anonymous concepts could be e-mailed to [email protected] or despatched by means of textual content material message or voicemail to 650-383-8984.