Hooded bandits rip off Redford Speedway gas station - New York News

Hooded bandits rip off Redford Speedway gas station

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REDFORD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Police in Redford are asking for help as they work to track down a trio of hooded bandits who robbed a Speedway Gas station on Monday.

Detectives say one of the men pointed a handgun at the clerk and then escaped with money. It happened inside a gas station in the area of Six Mile and Beech Daly around 2:30 Monday morning.

Officers released the following descriptions of the three men:
 
The first suspect is a black male, 5'04"-5'05", slim build, early 30's with a mustache. He was Last seen wearing a black hoody, black pants, and a black knit hat. Officers say he was the person who pointed the gun at the clerk.

The second suspect is also a black male, slim build, approximately 6' tall, mid 20's, and clean shaven. Last seen wearing a red hooded jacket and black and white gym shoes.

Suspect #3 is a black male, 5'5", slim build, light complected, mid 20's, with a mustache and thin beard or light facial hair. Last seen wearing a dark hooded jacket with fur trim on the hood.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call the Redford Police department at 313-387-2555.

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