‘Pint-Sized Robber’ attempts to rob Denver antique shop at gunpoint
Police say this boy attempted to rob a Denver antique store at gunpoint on Jan. 26, 2013. (Photo: Denver Police Department)
DENVER — Considering he’s no taller than 5-foot-2 and likely no older than 15, Denver Police have dubbed the diminutive individual who recently attempted to rob a Denver antique store the “Pint-Sized Robber.”
According to Denver Police, the boy, who they believe is between 12 and 15 years old, walked into The Treasured Scarab antique shop at 25 East Dakota Avenue on Jan. 26 and tried to rob a cashier at gunpoint.
According to police, his robbery attempt was thwarted, though police did not elaborate.
The suspect has been described as Hispanic with a heavy build. Anyone with information on this crime is being urged to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
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