28 guns, cash stolen during EZ Pawn robbery in NW Harris County
HOUSTON – A reward of up to $12,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the people authorities said robbed an EZ Pawn on June 4.
Authorities said four men entered the store at 1991 FM 1960 West around 4:45 p.m., while the store was open.
One of the men fired a gun in the store.
The men stole 28 guns and cash, according to investigators.
Two other people were waiting in a white Ford Econoline/E-Series van nearby.
Suspect 1 is described as 6’0”, weighed 180-200 pounds, light skinned, wearing a black jacket, white bandana with money graphics, and a Levi’s baseball cap. Suspect 2 is described as 6’, 180-200 pounds, light skinned with short black hair wearing a long grey jacket and a dark baseball cap with a white logo. Suspect 3 is described as 5’4”-5’6", 150 pounds wearing Jordan “Concord 11’s” and a red Texans backpack. Suspect 4 is described as 6’2”, 190-220 pounds, wearing a gray Nike hoodie with a large black swoosh, a red hoodie underneath and gray sweatpants.
“The violence shown by these suspects indicate they are not afraid to use guns to achieve their goals. We must catch them immediately in order to prevent further acts of violent crime,” said ATF Houston Field Division Special Agent Fred Milanowski.
Anyone with any information about this crime should contact ATF at 888-ATF-TIPS or CrimeStoppers at 713-222-TIPS. Individuals can also submit information through the mobile ReportIt® app, available both on Google Play and the Apple App Store. All individuals providing tips can remain anonymous.
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