The Anchorage Police Division warned the general public Monday afternoon of two suspects who robbed a espresso stand and have been believed to be on foot after ditching a stolen car in Eagle River.
At 1:34 p.m. on Monday, two individuals driving a stolen car robbed the Alaska Candy Cup espresso stand at 1467 Muldoon Street, in accordance with police.
The pair left the enterprise “with an undisclosed sum of money” and did not injure anybody, police spokeswoman Renee Oistad stated.
Police discovered the white truck the suspects had stolen at a Shell fuel station in Eagle River, at 11301 Previous Glenn Freeway. They tried to steal a second automotive, however failed, police stated.
Police additionally warned Anchorage residents, particularly in Eagle River, “don’t depart unoccupied automobiles operating; theft suspects might attempt to steal (them).”
Police requested individuals to not strategy the suspects and to name 911 in the event that they see them.
Police described the suspects as a person, believed to be armed with a handgun, sporting a sweatshirt with darkish grey sleeves and a light-weight grey physique. The second suspect is described as a lady in her mid- to late 20s, sporting a grey sweatshirt, blue denims, and Ugg boots rolled down to point out the fur cuff. She has lengthy darkish hair with highlights, in response to police.