On September 28, three masked men robbed the Cash America Pawn, located in the 6000 block of Lyons in Houston, at gunpoint.
During their robbery, the thieves made off with $19,000 worth of jewelry.
They also stole four firearms.
According to authorities, one of the robbers fired off a shot before they left the shop:
“The violence shown by these suspects is unacceptable in our community,” the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms (ATF) Special Agent-in-Charge Fred Milanowski said in an interview regarding the crime.
In order to help with the pursuit of catching the criminals, ATF officials announced an $11,000 reward for information.
According to the specialized federal agents, the men fled the scene in a black 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo with front-end damage and Texas tags of GWT-3939.
One suspect was wearing a black hooded coat and black pants, while the second suspect wore a black jacket, gray pants, a tan hat and tennis shoes.
The third suspect wore a gray hooded coat, red pants and sandals.
All three suspects wore masks and were estimated to be about 6 feet and 160 pounds.
If you would like to share any information on this crime to authorities, you can report tips to the ATF at 888-ATF-TIPS or CrimeStoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
You can also download the ReportIt app on Google Play or the Apple Store. When providing tips, you have the option to remain anonymous.