Police searching for two suspects after robbery at Moline Papa John’s
MOLINE, Iowa (KWQC) - On Saturday at 10:38 p.m., Moline Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery at Papa John’s Pizza on 19th Avenue. Officials say an employee reported two masked men entering the store, armed with pistols and demanding cash. The suspects “took an undisclosed amount of cash” and left the store in an unknown direction, according to police. Officials say both men were carrying black pistols.
Officials say suspect #1 was described as a black man in his teens or early twenties, about 5′8″ to 5′10″ and a slim build. The employee told officials the suspect #1 appeared to have black braided hair, wearing a white hoodie with a gray camo pattern, long black pants, and red ankle athletic shoes. He was also said to be wearing white or light-colored gloves and had a light blue surgical-style face mask on, officials say.
Suspect #2 was described as a black man in his teens or early twenties, about 5′8″ to 5′10″ and a slim build as well. Officials say he was wearing a black hoodie with a white or light-colored shirt that could be seen below the sweatshirt. He was wearing long black pants with black shoes, according to the employee. Suspect #2′s face was covered with a light blue surgical-style mask, and he was wearing medium blue surgical gloves with a black backpack on, say officials.
Anyone with information on this armed robbery is encouraged to contact the Moline Police Department’s Special Investigations Group at 309-524- 2131 or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500 or use the free mobile app P3 Tips.
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