Man poses as customer, robs Indianapolis Boost Mobile store at gunpoint

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4 Fast Facts

  • Armed robber posed as customer at Indianapolis Boost Mobile store
  • Robbery took place on Valentine’s Day
  • Man told clerk, “Give me everything in the register or I will shoot everything. You have one minute.”
  • He got away with cash and two cell phones

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 16, 2016) – A man who posed as a customer robbed a Boost Mobile store at gunpoint on Valentine’s Day.

The robbery happened Sunday afternoon at the store located at 3790 N. Arlington Ave. The man said he was interested in a phone and then pulled out a gun.

According to the incident report from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, the man told the clerk, “Give me everything in the register or I will shoot everything. You have one minute.”

The man took about $380 from the cash register and safe, police said. He also stole a gold iPhone 6 and a Samsung Galaxy phone; together the phones are valued at about $1,200.

“Don’t (expletive) move! Don’t (expletive) move!” he said before leaving the store.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS.

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