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Las Vegas Police Looking for Alleged Robbery Suspects

ID #21-187 Alleged robbery suspects Photos provided by LVMPD
ID #21-187 Alleged robbery suspects Photos provided by LVMPD

Las Vegas Police Looking for Alleged Robbery Suspects

ID #21-187

Las Vegas police need the public’s help looking for three suspects allegedly involved in a robbery last week.

The incident happened on Tuesday, April 27, just after 1 p.m. at a business in the 6900 block of Westcliff Drive, near the intersection with Rainbow Boulevard. The address lists a bank, but police did not specify the type of business.

Police say three suspects allegedly ran up to an employee and forced him to give them money. The suspects then allegedly grabbed it and ran in an unknown direction with an undisclosed amount of cash.

One of the suspects was allegedly armed with a weapon, according to the department.

The suspects were described by police as:

Suspect #1: Black man, age 20-25, 5’10 to 6’3, black hoodie, black gloves, black pants, black shoes, wearing a COIVD-19 mask, armed with a weapon
Suspect #2: Black man, age 20-25, 5’10 to 6’, dreadlocks, black hoodie, blue jean pants, white gloves, white shoes, wearing a COVID-19 mask
Suspect #3: Black man, age 20-25, 5’10 to 6’, dreadlocks, white hoodie, black pants, black gloves, white shoes, wearing a COVID-19 mask

If you know the names of these suspects.

Send us a Tip at: [email protected] or

For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1

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Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1

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