EL PASO (KDBC) — Police were trying to find a man who robbed a Central El Paso loan business at gunpoint.
It all happened two weeks ago on Wednesday, July 17, when police said a man walked into Pancho's Title Loans on Alameda near North Clark and pulled out a handgun.
The man demanded money and threatened to shoot two employees. Those employees handed over the cash and the man took off running.
However, he was captured on this surveillance video, and police hope you can help them solve the crime.
"This happened about lunch time. We're talking about 11:20 a.m. and this is a very busy area of town. A lot of other businesses are open at this time and we know someone will recognize who this is and we need them to call us right away," said Javier Sambrano with El Paso Police Department.
The robber is described as a Hispanic man with brown eyes, in his early twenties. He's about 5'8 inches tall.
If you know who he is please call Crime Stoppers at 566-TIPS.