South Milwaukee Police Seek Suspect in Little Caesars Armed Robbery

From the South Milwaukee Police Department …

2018-02-12_15-33-04On the Sunday February 11, 2018 at about 9:56pm the South Milwaukee Police Department received a 911 call from the Little Caesars Restaurant located at 3109 S. Chicago Avenue reporting that they had just been robbed. The suspect depicted below is described as a white male, approximately 5’09”, medium build, wearing a dark colored jacket with hood up, black nylon pants with a wide white stripe on the legs, possibly black or gray athletic shoes. The suspect covered his face with unknown cloth material. The suspect displayed a smaller handgun, grabbed the clerk by the arm, demanded money and fled in an unknown direction. We are investigating the possibility that this suspect could also be responsible for the robbery of the Sunrise Restaurant at 2418 10th Avenue, on January 24, 2018. The SMPD is reaching out to the public for their assistance in helping to identify the person responsible for this incident and are encouraged to contact the South Milwaukee Police Department at 414-768-8060 with any information.

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2 responses to “South Milwaukee Police Seek Suspect in Little Caesars Armed Robbery

  1. Diane Dombrowski

    Why isn’t the city installing hd cameras in these parking lots where there is multiple crimes!! No funds for that. Ok, then tell me where I can send my money for some cameras.

    • Rick

      maybe after spending $1.2 Million on “streetscaping”, maybe they could purchase camera’s for video monitoring….Just saying!

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