Suspects Tie Up Victims in Universal Graphics Robbery Caught on Camera
Philadelphia Police Press Release 10/4/19
On Thursday, October 3, 2019, at 11:40 am, three unknown black males entered Universal Graphics located at 5927 North 5th Street, two armed with semi-automatic handguns. The employee at the reception desk was forced into the rear of the business where other employees were located. All the victims were forced onto the floor and eventually tied up with duct tape. Taken was a large amount of money, (1) iPhone 8 and (1) iPhone XR. The offenders then fled and were last seen west on the 500 block of Widener Street. The victims freed themselves and attempt to chase the offenders at which time one shot was fired. No one was struck and no injuries were reported at this time.
Suspect #1: Black male, medium complexion, medium build, thin mustache, wearing light gray hooded sweatshirt under a dark-colored jacket with Deadpool character patches #91 on the left sleeve, dark-colored pants, baseball cap with a red brim, dark-colored gray or brownish “Nike” brand sneakers, royal blue L.A. Gear Underwear and carrying a dark blue backpack.
Suspect #2: Black male, medium complexion, stock build, tall, wearing black female Muslim like attired under a red zip-up jacket, white/black sneakers, carrying a black shoulder bag and armed with a handgun.
Suspect #3: Black male, medium-dark complexion, thin build, possible mustache/goatee, wearing a dark-colored pullover jacket with white “Nike” logo on the upper left chest area, light blue denim style jeans with faded spots on the legs, baseball cap with blue brim, gray/black sneakers, carrying a blue backpack and oversized yellow tinted sunglasses and armed with a handgun.
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