Montgomery County Police Department released surveillance images of three men connected to the armed robbery of a 7-Eleven in Rockville. Police ask the public to contact the Major Crimes Division if they have any information about the men in the photos.
According to an MCPD statement, on Oct. 31 at around 6:30 a.m., officers from the Rockville district were dispatched to the 7-Eleven on the 200 block of Derwood Circle. Investigators determined three men had entered the 7-Eleven. One of them pointed a firearm at an employee demanding he lie on the ground. The man pointing the gun then stole property from the employee, police say.
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Police say the other two men connected to the robbery were demanding another employee open a back room in the store. During the robbery, a customer entered the 7-Eleven, not realizing a robbery was happening, and the customer was held a gunpoint, police say. The three suspects stole cash and fled from the store, police say.
Police described the three men connected to the robbery. The first man is Black, was wearing a black mask, a black hat with a white logo, gray pants, a beige hooded sweatshirt, and white shoes. The second man is Black, wearing a black mask, gray pants, a black puffy jacket, tan Timberland-style boots, and blue latex gloves (and he was “possibly” wearing a black hooded sweatshirt). The third man is Black, wore gray pants, a black puffy jacket, tan Timberland-style boots, and blue latex gloves.
Anyone with information about the three men or the robbery should call 240-773-5070.