Crime Stoppers: Robbery At Tienda Quetzal

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Crime Stoppers and the Chattanooga Police Department are seeking information regarding a robbery at Tienda Quetzal at 1303 E. 23rd St., Chattanooga.

At approximately 7 p.m., on Dec. 12, 2012, three black males entered Tienda Quetzal with bandannas covering their faces. The first suspect entered the business with a silver revolver and demanded all the money from both cash registers. The second suspect went behind the counter and began to get cash out of the register. The third suspect walked around the business looking around and standing watch. The suspects left the business on foot immediately after getting the cash from the register.

One suspect was wearing black coveralls, white gloves, black bandanna, and armed with a silver revolver.  The second suspect was wearing a gray coat with fury lining the hood and black bandanna. The last suspect was wearing black coveralls and black bandanna.

Anyone with information on this robbery should call Crime Stoppers. A confidential call could result in a cash reward.

Call Crime Stoppers at 423 698-3333.


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