Armed suspect points firearm at shop worker who confronts him
Authorities said three suspects are being sought in Oregon for an armed robbery at a Polo Ralph Lauren store on Saturday, when a suspect pointed a pistol at an employee and took an undisclosed amount of merchandise.
Three male suspects entered the Woodburn Premium Outlets shop at around 5:20 p.m. and were seen picking up goods Woodburn Police Department said.
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After about 20 minutes, police said the two suspects tried to exit the store, but were confronted by an employee of the store. One suspect pulled off a handcuff and pointed at a staff member before leaving the shop with a third suspect.
The three suspects were seen in a light blue Honda CRV without license plates and running north of Interstate 5.
Police confirmed that the suspects had stolen goods from the shop, but did not say what they took.
The armed suspect was described as Hispanic or similar-skinned African-American, between 5-feet-4 and 5-feet-6, with a slender build. He was wearing red joggers, a black Patagonia hoodie, surgical face mask, black beanie and black tennis shoes. He also had a heart-shaped or teardrop tattoo on his left cheek under his eye.
Another suspect was described as a Pacific Islander, who was about 5 feet, 6 inches tall with a medium build. He was wearing a light colored hoodie with khaki shorts and long white socks with white shoes.
The third suspect was described as a medium-sized African-American between 5ft-8 and 5-feet-10. He was wearing a black tracksuit, with a white stripe across the shoulders and pant leg, and a black baseball cap.
Officials asked anyone with knowledge of the incident or suspects to contact the department.