Friday, August 5, 2016

Robbers hit Pinoy resto in North Carolina

A Filipino restaurant in Jacksonville, North Carolina, lost an undisclosed amount of cash after two robbers entered it last week and held the clerk at gunpoint, a report on WITN said.
One of the suspects, identified as 20-year-old Trejuan White, was arrested by the police while his accomplice was still the subject of manhunt operations as of posting time.
The two robbed Filipino Pho Cuisine on Western Boulevard on Wednesday last week. Aside from the cash, they also took the clerk's backpack before escaping on foot.
WCTI report said that the suspects wore maskd during the robbery.
Police arrested White while he was fleeing the scene and charged him with robbery with a dangerous weapon and felony possession of stolen property.
The second suspect, still at large, was described as white or light-skinned Hispanic male around 5"7 aged 18 to 25 with possible facial hair along the jawline. —Rie Takumi/KBK, GMA News

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