Moore police search for armed robbery suspects at Warren Theater

Moore police search for armed robbery suspects at Warren Theater

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The Moore Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying and locating two men wanted for an armed robbery of two individuals.

Police were called to the Moore Theater on Sunday night to a report of armed robbery. Police say two unknown black men approached an adult female and juvenile male who were sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot.

The victims told police as the two walked up, one of the men asked to use the victim's cell phone. When the victim handed it to him, the other man reached into the window of the vehicle and pointed a gun at one of the victims and demanded 'everything in the van'. The woman rolled her window up and the suspects took off.

Police are searching for two black men both in their early 20s, both standing 5'10" and weighing about 150 lbs. One was wearing a black jacket with the other was wearing a green South Dakota State University sport jacket with the South Dakota written in yellow.

The suspects are believed to have left the scene in an older 4 door vehicle, unknown year, make or model.

Police say the suspects are believed to be armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is urged to call the Moore Police Department.

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