Edmond police ask for help solving robbery
Police released pictures from a security video taken during a Dec. 23 armed robbery at Jason's Deli. They seek help identifying the men.
EDMOND — Police are asking for help identifying two men seen in a security video during a Dec. 23 armed robbery at Jason's Deli, 78 E 33rd St.
The restaurant was robbed about 10:30 p.m. as an employee was taking trash out for the night, said Jennifer Monroe, Edmond police spokeswoman.
Two men, armed with pistols, pushed their way in through the back door and ordered four employees to the floor, she said. Cash and cellphones were stolen in the robbery.
One man was described as black and in his early 20s with a slight mustache or possible goatee. He was about 6 feet tall with an athletic build.
The second man, also described as a black male, was wearing a mask. He was about 5 feet, 10 inches with a stocky build.
Anyone with information about the robbery should Text-a-Tip at 625-TEXT or call 359-4336.
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