Police Increase Reward For Robbery Suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/20/07

Police Increase Reward For Robbery Suspect

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

Lubbock Police say he is armed and dangerous and they need your help to find 27-year-old Anthony Ray Soria. Authorities say he may have committed at least five other armed robberies of Lubbock businesses including one Friday afternoon. 

Investigators say the suspect who robbed the Lone Wolf Café at 5702 19th Street on Friday matches Soria's description.

A shift manager at Lone Wolf tells NewsChannel 11 two customers were in the store when the robber came around 3:30 p.m. She says he demanded money from the clerk and took off with $400 to $500.

We're told the robber is described as a Hispanic man using a black-hand gun. He was last seen wearing a light blue and white striped shirt, dark blue jean shorts, a blue bandana.

Investigators believe Soria could be responsible for at least four other recent armed robberies in Lubbock, including one at the Smoke Head Shop and FootQuarters. Police say Soria is known to frequent the North Lubbock area.

Again, Anthony Ray Soria is believed to be armed and dangerous. Police have issued a $2,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.  If you have any information, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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