Cameras Show Knife-Wielding Robber in Boyle Heights

BOYLE HEIGHTS (KTLA) – The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for the public’s help catching a suspect involved in a store robbery that was caught on tape by surveillance cameras.

The suspect entered a store early on Christmas Eve in the 600 block of Breed St., brandishing a knife.

He threatened the clerk, then rifled through the cash register, taking an undisclosed amount of cash.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact the LAPD.

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9 comments

  • Hotel 26

    Boyle Heights is nothing but hard working wetb@cks here working to support their families. Deport ever last one them and their anchor brats.

  • ronaldo60

    The police-report described the suspect as "male Hispanic, 25-35, 5'7", 200lbs.."
    If KTLA and other networks actually reported all major crime in L.A. these days along with suspect-descriptions, we would see the public outraged over the illegal-alien crime-wave . . .or would we?
    It's a border-issue, not a racial one. We have a revolving-door border that lets ANYONE in and out, and to even discuss this is to be branded "racist."

  • Doug

    For all any of us know,based on the information published, this man could have been born and raised in Minnesota, and is a legal American citizen. Based on the comments here, not one person would qualify to sit on this man's jury and hold him as innocent until proven guilty. "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all argument, and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance. This principle is, contempt prior to examination." (William Paley)