|For Immediate Release|
For more information contact:
Irene Thomas, Tampa Police Spokesperson
|Detectives Searching for Robbery Suspects
Tampa, FL August 15, 2012 -
Video of the suspect can be viewed at http://youtu.be/hBxvWmg4NFM and http://youtu.be/vbNHhB5ayog
WHEN: 8/14/12, 11:57 p.m.
WHERE: Club 2606, 2606 North Armenia Avenue, Tampa
VICTIM #1: Donald E. Dusky, DOB: 08-19-1962, W/M, 107 W. Woodlawn, Tampa
VICTIM #2: Mark D. Zynda, DOB: 04-18-1957, W/M, 1713 Rio Vista Ave, Tampa
SUSPECT: B/M, 30-35 yrs old, approximately 6'2" tall, approximately 240 lbs, last seen wearing black/white baseball cap, blue pants, white t-shirt, and he was heavy build. He was armed with handgun, possibly a .38 caliber.
DETAILS: The bartender (victim #1) observed the suspect walk into the bar and reach over the counter, possibly trying to steal a bottle of liquor. The bartender confronted the suspect at which time the suspect pointed a pistol at him. The suspect said, “give me the money out of the register.” The bartender ran to the phone and dialed 9-1-1.
The suspect then pointed the pistol at a patron (victim #2) who was sitting at the bar, demanding his wallet. The victim advised the suspect that he did not have any money and the victim got down on the ground. The suspect fled from the bar in a northern direction with no stolen property.
During the interior video, just seconds after the video is marked at 12:02:17, you see the suspect in the upper right hand corner of the video reaching over the counter and attempting to take items from beneath the bar. You will then see when he pulls out a gun.
During the exterior video, just seconds after the video is marked 12:03:30, you see the suspect running out of the bar. Please not that both videos are about six minutes ahead of the actual time.
Tampa police detectives are asking for anyone with information about this crime, to please contact the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130.
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