Sandwich Bandit Strikes Again - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/20/06

Sandwich Bandit Strikes Again

Just before 8pm Monday night the Subway at 50th and University was robbed for a second time this month.

The bandit told employees he had a weapon but never showed one. It's the same way someone robbed the same store and three other sandwich shops last week.

Monday night's robber is described as a Hispanic man, five-four to five-nine, with a spider tattoo on his left hand and severe acne on his face.

Dogs tracked the suspect across the street but were unable to find him. If you have any information, you're urged to call Crime Line at 741-1000.

2/17/06
Fourth Lubbock Sandwich Shop Robbed
Lubbock police are looking for either a sandwich shop bandit or several sandwich shop bandits.

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