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Phoenix police are looking for suspects in 2020 jewelry store robbery and phone shop assault

“They thought they were going home for the night when the suspect approached them wearing a hoodie and mask and armed with a gun.”

Phoenix Police Sgt. Steve Reaume talks about the terrifying armed robbery of a jewelry store near Cactus Road and Tatum Boulevard in North Phoenix. It happened on December 1, 2020, just after 8 p.m. It was closing time and the employees were going out.

“The suspect approached them and forced them back inside the store,” the sergeant said. said Reaume.

The man asked for jewelry from the display cases and the safe and had them put in a black trash bag. He fled in a dark four-door vehicle. The suspect is described in his twenties, is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.

Reaume says he may have acne scars on his upper cheeks and was wearing a gray hoodie with a black beanie.

Learn more about the case here.

Our next suspect threw a fit when things didn’t go exactly to plan. He walked into a cell phone store at 37th Avenue and McDowell in Phoenix on November 14, 2020. It was mid-morning.

“The suspect begins browsing the store and attempts to remove several phones from the display case.”

But, says Reaume, when the guy tried to steal the phones and realized they were connected to the screen, he was frustrated.

“Throw the screen down and damage it and take part of the screen, which was attached to the phone, through the door.”

It was then that two employees confronted him.

“And a struggle ensued and the suspect pulled out a knife and cut one of the victims in the head,” Reaume said. “He tried to stab the second.”

The suspect is approximately 25 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds. He wore a unique black hoodie covered in gray stars.

Learn more about the case here.