APD still looking for Toot'N Totum robbery suspects, increase reward
Wed, 16 Jan 2013 17:17:19 GMT —
Amarillo police are still searching for two armed robbery suspects, accused of robbing a Toot'N Totum in the 4200 block of South West 34th Street.
In an effort to bring the two men into custody the reward money has been increased to up to $3000.
At approximately 10:30 Jan. 8, 2013 two men entered the store. A female employee was working inside the store when the robbery occurred. She walked out of a room in the store when the two men approached her.
She told investigators that one of the men demanded the money from a register and hit her in the face. As the man was taking the money from the register and cigarettes, the second man was holding a gun. Both men ran from the store and were last seen running west across Eddy Street.
The suspects are said to be white males. One man was 5'9" to 6 feet tall. He was wearing a camouflage jacket and gloves. The second man was shorter and was wearing a black hooded jacket, black pants and gloves.
If you have any information regarding the robbery contact Amarillo Police Department or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400. You can also submit a tip online at amapolice.org. Keep in mind that all tips submitted to Crime Stoppers will remain anonymous.
If your tip leads to an arrest or recovery you will receive an award of up to $3000.