Police Search for Suspects in Armed Robbery at Subway, Surveillance Video Released

On Aug. 23 at 8:10 p.m., cameras captured two men walking into the restaurant at 10645 NW 7th Avenue.Their faces were covered and once inside, they started yelling at the employee behind the counter

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    Miami-Dade Police are searching for two suspects in an armed robbery at a Subway, and on Thursday released surveillance video of the incident. NBC 6's Diana Gonzalez reports.

    Miami-Dade Police are searching for two suspects in an armed robbery at a Subway, and on Thursday released surveillance video of the incident.

    On Aug. 23 at 8:10 p.m., cameras captured two men walking into the restaurant at 10645 NW 7th Avenue.Their faces were covered and once inside, they started yelling at the employee behind the counter

    RAW VIDEO: Armed Robbery at Subway

    [MI] RAW VIDEO: Armed Robbery at Subway
    Police released surveillance video of a dramatic robbery at a Subway. The incident occurred on Aug. 23. The suspects stole about $500 in cash, police said.

    "Open. Open. I'm going to shoot you if you don't get that open. Hurry up, you got one minute," they can be heard saying.

    The man working at the Subway that night doesn't want his name revealed. He said his female co-worker saw it coming.

    "She said 'Oh we're going to get robbed we're going to get robbed.' Then she walked behind the door the emergency door, and she went out. I was by myself, and one of the guys he jumped over the counter and said open the register and give me the money," said the man.

    Once they about $500 in cash, the robbers calmly walk out.

    Police have only named one of the suspects involved in this armed robbery, 23-year-old Stephon Patterson.

    Three weeks before the incident, Patterson had been arrested in Miami for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in a domestic violence case.

    Court records show he was discharged with no bond and released on his own recognizance.

    In 2009, he was charged with strong arm robery and convicted. He hasn't been arrested for this latest charge because police said they can't find him.

    While the man behind the register admits this was scary, it wasn't unfamiliar. He had been the victim of an armed robbery before.

    "Yeah. So I have experience, " he said. He added that it was in another store.

    Anyone with information about the two suspects are being urged to contact Crimestoppers at 305 417 tips.