Hammond cell phone store robbed at gunpoint
October 1, 2013 (HAMMOND, Ind.) (WLS) -- Police in Hammond hope this newly-released surveillance video will lead them to the suspect who robbed an Indiana cell phone store owner at gunpoint.
It happened last Friday at the Mobile Spot in the 1700-block of Indianapolis Boulevard.
The video shows the suspect pulling out a small black revolver from a bag. He then walks around the counter and takes the owner's wallet, cash and some cell phones.
The suspect reportedly fled as the passenger in a black van with tan trim.
Anyone with information is asked to call police.
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