Crime Stoppers: Suspects sought in Subway robberies
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
Cleveland Police are looking for some thieves involved in a series of recent robberies at different Subway restaurants. But they're not your typical stick-ups.
Police say one suspect ordered cookies and when the cash drawer opened he reached in and grabbed some money.
Police say another customer didn't like his sandwich. After complaining and arguing he finally punched the teenage girl working there. He then reached over, grabbed his money back and more.
In another case a thug said he had a gun and took some money. Police say there's been a different robber in every case. So fourth district investigators turning to Crime Stoppers hoping to I. D. the bad guys
If you know who these crooks are call Crime Stoppers at 216-25-CRIME.
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