T-Mobile store in Texas robbed, gunman makes off with cash


Following a robbery at a T-Mobile store earlier this month, the local police are on a search for the gunman.

On January 17, a T-Mobile store in Sugar Land, Texas was robbed at around 8:00 pm, two hours after the store closed. The robber knocked on the store’s front door and, after one of the store’s employees opened the door, he forced his way in and showed a gun. He then told the two employees to stay in a bathroom in the back of the store while he took money and left.

The store’s surveillance camera captured the robber in action, and the video has been uploaded to the web. You can view it right here.

As I mentioned before, police are still searching for the robber, who is described as a Hispanic man in his 30s that is approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall. Anyone with details can call Sugar Land Police at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-8477.

Seeing the robber pull out a gun must’ve be a scary experience for the two employees, but thankfully he didn’t fire his weapon. Here’s to hoping that the local police catch the robber and that the workers recover from the emotional distress of the robbery.

Thanks for the tip, John!

Sources: Click2Houston, City of Sugar Land

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