Police seek armed robbers after theft at Indianapolis cell phone store

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Aug. 6, 2015) – Police are trying to solve a robbery at an Indianapolis cell phone store.

Two men entered the Boost Mobile at 7063 N. Michigan Rd. on Tuesday around 12:52 p.m. wearing masks to cover the lower parts of their faces. One of the men carried a shotgun. They went behind the counter, where one suspect took cash from the register while the other went into a backroom and emerged with a garbage bag presumably full of cell phones and accessories.

They left in a dark-colored car with a license plate or temporary tag in the rear window. Surveillance cameras captured images of the thieves and their getaway car.

Police also released images of a man they believe may be associated with the robbers. He entered the store briefly and then left. About three minutes later, the men with masks backed their car into a parking space near the building, walked to the front of the store and entered.

Police are trying to identify the man and the robbery suspects. Anyone with information should contact the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

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