Armed suspects rob two Phoenix Cricket stores

Posted at 9:02 AM, Mar 12, 2016

Phoenix Police are looking for armed men who robbed two Cricket Wireless stores last week in Phoenix.

According to Silent Witness, the first incident occurred at a store near 19th Avenue and Greenway Road around noon on Tuesday March 8.

The first suspect reportedly showed a handgun and demanded money and cell phones before leaving the store on foot.

Six hours later, the suspect and another man entered a store near 32nd Street and Greenway Road. They waited for customers to leave, showed a handgun and demanded more money and phones before leaving in a light colored mid-2000s Nissan Altima.

Police have yet to locate either of the suspects. 

The first suspect is said to be a black man between 20 and 30 years old, about 5 feet, 7 or 8 inches tall and around 175 pounds. He had a short beard and a light grey hooded sweatshirt.

The second suspect is around the same age, height and race, but around 225 pounds or heavier. He was seen wearing a dark grey sweatshirt, jeans and a blue baseball cap with a red bill and yellow lettering.

If you have any information, you could receive a cash reward from Silent Witness by calling 480-WITNESS.