Tyler PD need help finding afternoon robbery witnesses - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

Tyler PD need help finding afternoon robbery witnesses

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Tyler Police Department:

TYLER, TX - On Aug. 20th, 2010 at 1546 Hrs., TPD Officers' responded to the report of an Aggravated Robbery at 1922 ESE Loop 323 Ste. # 1912 (Cash Store).

Upon arrival Officers' determined that one Black Male suspect entered the business, produced a handgun and demanded money. There were two employees inside the business with no other customers in the store. The suspect took an undetermined amount of money. The suspect then left out the front door on foot. The two employees exited the rear of the business and sought assistance in another business in the same shopping area. No injuries were reported in the robbery.

The suspect was described as a Black Male, early to mid 20's, 6'2" – 6'4". Major Crimes Investigators, Crime Scene Investigators and a K-9 Unit responded to the scene for further investigation.

There were apparently two unidentified witnesses at the scene who pointed out to the initial officer in which direction the suspect left on foot. These witnesses left the scene before officers could obtain their information.

We would like to contact these witnesses if they would call Tyler PD at 531-1090 or Crime Stoppers at 597-2833.

  • NewsMore>>

  • More frozen custard, juicy burgers coming to Tyler Monday

    More frozen custard, juicy burgers coming to Tyler Monday

    Sunday, July 22 2018 9:36 PM EDT2018-07-23 01:36:39 GMT
    (Source: Freddy's Frozen Custard on Facebook)(Source: Freddy's Frozen Custard on Facebook)

    In this hot, humid weather, there just can't be enough ways to cool off, and frozen custard is one of our favorite ways to do so. 

    More >>

    In this hot, humid weather, there just can't be enough ways to cool off, and frozen custard is one of our favorite ways to do so. 

    More >>
  • Separated sisters were reunited in Longview after more than 50 years

    Separated sisters were reunited in Longview after more than 50 years

    Sunday, July 22 2018 7:00 PM EDT2018-07-22 23:00:48 GMT
    An unforgettable East Texas reunion as two sisters see each other again after more than 50 years apart. Charlie Mae Johnson and Dorothy Mae Davis have not seen each other in 55 years until their family reunion at Longview's Stamper park over the weekend. "We've been separated a long time. I know we were supposed to be having a reunion but I didn't know we were going to have my sister and her family here," Charlie Mae says. Through family circumstances, they were separated...More >>
    An unforgettable East Texas reunion as two sisters see each other again after more than 50 years apart. Charlie Mae Johnson and Dorothy Mae Davis have not seen each other in 55 years until their family reunion at Longview's Stamper park over the weekend. "We've been separated a long time. I know we were supposed to be having a reunion but I didn't know we were going to have my sister and her family here," Charlie Mae says. Through family circumstances, they were separated...More >>
  • Texas African American Museum striving to preserve history

    Texas African American Museum striving to preserve history

    Saturday, July 21 2018 5:25 PM EDT2018-07-21 21:25:02 GMT
    Often times, African American history is only recognized during the month of February.  Founders of the Texas African American Museum felt their history slowly slipping away, now they are hoping to change that with the opening of the museum. "Some of the things I've seen in this little museum, I've not seen in history books, I've not seen online," visitor Cramoeya Cooper said. Though it may be small, the Texas African American Museum packs an exurbanite amount of inf...More >>
    Often times, African American history is only recognized during the month of February.  Founders of the Texas African American Museum felt their history slowly slipping away, now they are hoping to change that with the opening of the museum. "Some of the things I've seen in this little museum, I've not seen in history books, I've not seen online," visitor Cramoeya Cooper said. Though it may be small, the Texas African American Museum packs an exurbanite amount of inf...More >>
Powered by Frankly