Suspects wanted for robbing teens at Pasadena Jack in the Box

PASADENA - Pasadena police have released surveillance video of two suspects wanted for robbing four teens inside a Jack in the Box.

Police said the victims were eating inside the fast food restaurant in the 900 block of Pasadena Boulevard on June 2 when they were approached by three men.

Investigators say one of the robbers brought a meal at the counter, and after he got his order, two of the men pulled out guns and demanded the teens' cell phones.

Officials said the suspects took off in a black matte extended cab Chevrolet or GMC.

Police said the first suspect had tattoos on both sides of the neck, face and arms. The second suspect had a tattoo on his right forearm. The third suspect was not seen in the surveillance video.

Camera's also capture one of the suspects in a white shirt holding a cup, waiting to pick up his meal, and a second suspect in black waiting by the door.

The pair are shown looking around.

Video of the suspects can be seen here.

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