STAUNTON — Law enforcement claimed a Wednesday afternoon theft in Staunton at a ability recreation business, just months soon after a gun-toting suspect robbed a identical venue on North Augusta Street.
At 12:49 p.m., law enforcement explained an worker at VA Talent Video games, found at 1202 Greenville Avenue, reported a person entered the business and demanded funds. Police stated the suspect was sporting a motorbike helmet together with a mask, a white T-shirt, dark denims, and white tennis sneakers.
Capt. Chad Kauffman of the Staunton Law enforcement Section mentioned the suspect in Wednesday afternoon’s robbery did not display a weapon and did not reveal he was armed. Kauffman mentioned the suspect fled the spot on foot.
There were being no patrons within the business and no injuries ended up reported.
An undisclosed amount of hard cash was stolen.
The robbery will come on the heels of an April 24 armed theft at the Goldfish Match Room, located at 2303-C N. Augusta St. on the city’s north finish. In that incident, law enforcement said a guy brandishing a handgun entered the business, which was closed at the time, even though it was staying cleaned and stole an undisclosed total of cash.
No rates have been submitted in possibly robbery.
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Anybody with information and facts about the two robberies can contact possibly the Staunton Law enforcement Office at (540) 332-3842 or Criminal offense Stoppers at (800) 322-2017.
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