PHOENIX - Police are still searching for the suspect of a robbery at a Fry's Food Store in Phoenix that occurred in June.
Officials said at about 7:30 p.m. on June 25, a woman placed a note that demanded money on the customer service counter at the Fry's Food Store at 3200 E. Bell Road in Phoenix and threatened to pull out a gun if she did not get the money.
After she was given the money, the woman took off.
Surveillance video shows a sunglasses-clad white or light skinned Hispanic female with long dark hair. The woman in the video stands about five and a half feet tall and weighs about 120 pounds.
The Silent Witness program is asking anyone with information to come forward and call (480) 948-6377 or contact the program via their website at silentwitness.org .
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