Salt Lake City (ABC 4 News) Police are trying to find the man behind a Zion's Bank robbery and an armed bandit who threatened a store clerk in this week's "Catch a Criminal" report.
Imagine someone pointing a gun right at your face. That's exactly what a robber did to a clerk at a Salt Lake City 7-11 store and police want to catch the man before he strikes again. To see the video just click on this link. http://www.slcpd.com/Newsroom/Press_Releases/SLCPD/Update%20on%20Suspects%20in%207-Eleven%20Robbery%20/
The robbery happened at the 1300 South and 500 East early in the morning of September 15th. The Salt Lake City Police Department says three males entered the store. Two of them stole beer and the third man pulled out a black handgun and pointed it at the clerk. The robber then and took the cash and some cigarettes. All three are described as Hispanic or Polynesian. The gunman had a unique tattoo on his lower neck/upper chest are that resembles the shape of a necklace
Now to a robbery that was a little less dramatic. It happened on Friday, September `6th at the Zion's Bank on 1400 South and 300 West. At about 2 in the afternoon a man handed a note to a teller indicating he had a gun and demanded money. Once he got the cash he bolted from the bank and was last seen on foot on Hope Avenue. (See Photos) He is described as 50 to 60 years old, white, 5'-9" and average build. At the time, he was wearing a blue shirt, ball cap and aviator style sunglasses.
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