The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Inglewood Police Department in Inglewood, California, are asking for the public's assistance in identifying and locating a man involved in an unsolved violent armored car robbery that occurred on April 24, 2015.
At approximately 8:56 a.m., an unidentified Hispanic male armed with a silver semi-automatic handgun robbed a Brinks armored car messenger at an automated teller machine (ATM) on the south side of a Wells Fargo Bank on South Market Street in Inglewood. The messenger, who was holding a parcel of money, was standing outside of the armored car prior to stocking the ATM. The armed suspect ran from the south side of the parking lot towards the messenger, demanding the bag of money while firing a round from his weapon into the ground. The driver of the car activated the car's sirens as he saw the suspect approaching.
The suspect ultimately acquired the parcel of money, ran south through the parking lot, crossed Kelso Street, and entered a nearby alleyway. The suspect reportedly continued to look back as he ran, pointing the gun at the messenger. The messenger and the driver attempted to follow the suspect, who may have entered a silver SUV parked in the alley (possibly a Toyota 4Runner) and fled before they could reach him.