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$10K reward offered in pawn shop robbery case

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Suspects seen on 7/23/13 Suspects seen on 7/23/13
PHOENIX -

Police are searching for a group of masked men accused of robbing the Super Pawn shop near Grand and 35th Avenues.

Surveillance video from July 23 at 9:31 a.m. showed the men backing their car into a handicapped parking spot and putting on ski masks.  After getting out of the vehicle with guns drawn, they proceeded to enter the store.

One suspect pointed a gun at the employees and held them at gunpoint while two other suspects broke a glass display case and removed jewelry.

According to police, one suspect demanded a necklace one of the employees was wearing.

The suspects left the store and fled eastbound in their vehicle, which was described as a silver or faded gold, late 1990s to early 2000s Buick 4-door -- possibly a Park Avenue.

Suspects:

#1 Black male, wearing a blue ski mask and dark sweatshirt
#2 Black male, wearing a black ski mask and blue sweatshirt
#3 Black male, wearing a dark ski mask and light blue "Hoodie"

No one was injured during the robbery.

Cash America-Super Pawn is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest or indictment.  You can remain anonymous.  You must contact Silent Witness to be eligible for the reward.

TIP LINE: (480) WITNESS or 1-800-343-TIPS.

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