Thieves ambush the man who has just withdrawn money from a Houston bank and takes two bags of cash in a violent â € œbankingâ €?
- A violent incident of "bank robbery" was captured in the Houston chamber on August 16
- Police are asking for help to identify the two suspects who attacked a man and robbed him two bags of cash
- The victim told the police that he had just arrived from the bank and stopped at his business
- The two suspects approached him, threw him to the ground and hit him on the head
- They fled in a dark blue sedan Toyota after grabbing the bags of cash
In the Houston Chamber, a violent & # 39; bang & # 39; and now the police are asking for help to find the two thieves.
The Houston Police Department released the annoying video that recorded the incident on August 16 in which a man takes his truck to his workplace, leaves the truck and is attacked by two men.
The suspects took two bags of cash that the victim had had after violently pushing the man to the ground and hitting his head, according to KHOU.
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The unsuspecting victim is seen leaving his car at his business in Houston
The victim informed the police that he had just taken the money from his bank and got into his business in the 3100 block of Old Spanish Trail when the men ran and robbed him.
In the video, the vehicle of the suspects is seen behind the victim's truck.
They were in a dark blue Toyota sedan from which they jumped and re-entered before fleeing the attack that occurred near the Texas Medical Center.
Two men run towards him, push him violently to the ground and then proceed to hit him
You can see the suspects taking out the two bags of money from the victim who is on the floor
You can see a suspect enter to hit the man lying on the ground
The suspects after getting what they wanted and spoiling the guy, they go in a car
The police did not say how much money was stolen or if the victim suffered serious injuries from the attack.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $ 5,000 for an arrest / charges in the case. Advice can be sent by calling (713) 222-TIPS (8477) or online.