Hollywood police seek suspects in pawn shop robbery

 
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Hollywood police released this photo of two men who robbed Value Pawn Shop at 6001 Duval St. last week.
Hollywood police released this photo of two men who robbed Value Pawn Shop at 6001 Duval St. last week.
HOLLYWOOD POLICE

Hollywood police on Sunday released photographs and surveillance video of two men who robbed a pawn shop last week.

They are asking the public’s help in identifying the two men.

The robbery occurred at 8:40 p.m. Thursday at Value Pawn Shop, 6001 Duval St.

Police said one armed suspect entered the store and held employees and a customer at gunpoint. He then unlocked the door to allow a second suspect into the pawn shop.

That suspect stood by watching over the victims while the main suspect went through the entire jewelry display cases and the safes.

Both suspects then left the store through the rear door and jumped into a waiting car with a third suspect behind the wheel.

The amount and value of property taken is undetermined.

The armed suspect was described as a heavy set black male, wearing dark pants, light hooded sweater, and a camouflage cap, backpack, heavy beard.

The second suspect was described as a black male, tall and slim, wearing gray pants, black long sleeve shirt and winter cap.

Detectives are asking anyone with information to call the Hollywood Police Department at 954.967.HELP or 954.967.4411. Tipsters can e-mail or text to hollywoodpdtips@hollywoodfl.org. Information can also be given to Broward Crime Stoppers at 954.493.TIPS. or www.browardcrimestoppers.org.

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