Arby's Robber Still On The Loose - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/31/03

Arby's Robber Still On The Loose

A police chase early Friday morning ended with the suspect still on the loose.

It started after a man robbed the Arby's at 19th and Avenue X about 5:45 in the morning. Police report a man had a gun and demanded the cash in the register. He left in a Ford Windstar Mini-van and the chase began. The suspect drove to the Windcrest Estacado Apartments on North MLK Blvd, where he jumped out of the van and ran away. The good news is, he left the gun and money in the van.

Lubbock Police are looking for a black man, about 5-foot 10-inches tall, with a slim build. At the time of the crime he was wearing a long sleeved T-shirt with white sleeves.

If you have any information about the robbery call Crime Line at 741-1000.

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