Men Who Robbed Subway in Livingston Suspected in Two Other Robberies Earlier the Same Day
Subway Sandwich Shop Robbery, Here's What We Know, LIVINGSTON, January 19, 2011 - According to the Livingston Police Department, at approximately 4:20 on January 18, 2011, 2 black males and 1 hispanic male (all three wearing ski masks and gloves) walked into the Subway Sandwich Shop in Livingston, produced a gun, and ordered everyone to get down on the floor. 1 suspect then took all the money from the cash register, in the process, a suspect grabbed the purse of an employee that was sitting on a counter top. The fourth suspect was sitting in a getaway car that's been identified as a blue late model Chevy Impala with paper tags that are faded. The three inside Subway then exited the store and jumped into the getaway car and exited at the US-59 exit by Burger King and they are believed to have went under the overpass and headed south on 59. The same men are suspected of robbing a Subway in Cleveland at 3:12 pm the same day, using the same car, and the same mode of operation. Additionally, there was a Regions Bank in Montgomery County robbed the same day (at 12:05 pm) by 1 black male who, according to witnesses, jumped into a blue late model Chevy Impala. At time of press, no suspects have been caught.
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