“Hurry up! Everything! Out of there! Now! Hurry up!”
Those words caught on video of an armed robbery on Monday, April 9, 2012.
Phoenix Police Sergeant Darren Burch says this guy isn’t messing around. The
gunman entered the Chevron at 32nd Street and Thomas just after 4:30 a.m.
and asked the clerk if he could cash a check. The clerk said he couldn’t and
that’s when the man robbed him.
Sergeant Burch says the suspect threatened to “pop” the guy if he didn’t hurry
up. Once he got the cash, the man fled. No getaway car was seen.
“What may help us get this case solved is the fact that we not only have
pictures and video but you can also hear the guy’s voice. Someone may
recognize it,” says Burch.
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