Suspect Told Subway Employee "Give Me Everything You Got": Homestead Police

Two employees fled from the would-be robber through the back door, police said

By Edward B. Colby
|  Thursday, Oct 3, 2013  |  Updated 2:23 AM EDT
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Homestead Police said they’re seeking to identify a suspect who pointed a black gun at a Subway employee and said “Give me everything you got” in an attempted robbery. The two employees who fled from the would-be robber and Det. Fernando Morales discussed the case.

Homestead Police said they’re seeking to identify a suspect who pointed a black gun at a Subway employee and said “Give me everything you got” in an attempted robbery. The two employees who fled from the would-be robber and Det. Fernando Morales discussed the case.

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Homestead Police said they’re seeking to identify a suspect who pointed a black gun at a Subway employee and said “Give me everything you got” in an attempted robbery. He's seen entering and leaving the shop in this surveillance video.
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Homestead Police said they’re seeking to identify a suspect who pointed a black gun at a Subway employee and said “Give me everything you got” in an attempted robbery.

After the suspect made his demand at about 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20, the employee ran to the back of the store at 3090 Northeast 41st Terrace and alerted another employee, police said Wednesday.

Both employees ran out through the back door and nothing was taken, according to police.

“This guy just came, I mean with a firearm, to rob Subway, putting our lives in danger! Like that was very scary, very scary,” said one of the employees, who only gave her first name of Torniqua.

Surveillance video released by police shows the man entering and leaving the store. In another clip, he slips while climbing the counter, then jumps over it onto the ground before rushing out of sight.

Homestead Police ask anyone with information on the identity of the suspect to call them at 305-247-1535 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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