Police search for suspects in multiple west Little Rock robberies | Arkansas Blog

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Police search for suspects in multiple west Little Rock robberies

Posted By on Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 11:03 AM

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The Little Rock Police Department is circulating a security camera photo of a robbery shortly after midnight last night of the Sonic as 12214 Westhaven Drive in western Little Rock.

Three men were in on the robbery, with one posted as a lookout at the door. The robber wearing red Razorback shorts made threats and demands to employees. All wore masks and latex gloves. At least one had a semi-automatic pistol.

Police think the same men were involved in the robbery or attempted robbery of a Shell station at 16800 Chenal Oct. 11, a Chick-Fil-A at 12500 Chenal on Oct. 17, and a Sonic at 9420 S. Rodney Parham on Oct. 19. All robberies occurred late at night or in early morning hours.

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