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PD: Suspects punch, kick Circle K employee during beer run

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PHOENIX -

Silent Witness is offering a $1,000 reward for information on two suspects accused of beating a Circle K employee during a beer theft.

Take a look at the surveillance photos released by the police on Wednesday.

On November 4th around midnight, authorities say the two suspects entered the store near Indian School Road and 15th Avenue and walked toward the beer cooler.  The male and female selected two cases of beer and walked towards the exit where the employee was standing.

The female suspect was the first to exit and pushed the employee out of the way as the employee told them that they had to pay for the beer, according to police.

"The female kept pushing the employee aside as the male suspect walked out of the store with the beer without paying," said Phoenix Police Sgt. Darren Burch.

That's when the male suspect began kicking and punching the employee.

Authorities say the suspects fled the store on foot.

Suspect #1 is described as a Hispanic male, 17 to 20-years-old, 5' 6" tall, 170 pounds with a mustache. Suspect #2 is described as a Hispanic woman, 17 to 20-years-old, 5' 2" tall, 160 pounds with black hair.

If you have any information about this case, call Silent Witness.  You can remain anonymous and receive a cash award for tips leading to an arrest or indictment.

TIP LINE: (480) WITNESS

You can also submit a tip online at www.silentwitness.org or text "SILENT" plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES).

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