Oregon Polo Ralph Lauren store gunman caught on camera pointing gun at employee

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Police said they fled the scene in a light blue Honda CRV without a license plate

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Oregon police are searching for three suspects of an armed robbery at Polo Ralph Lauren on Saturday evening.

In a photo shared with Granthshala News, a suspect can be seen pointing a gun at an employee.

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Woodburn Police respond to a report of armed robbery at the Woodburn Premium Outlet, a Polo Ralph Lauren store, just after 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

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Police said the suspects went into the shop, looked around and picked up some items. Two of the three accused started coming out with the goods without paying any money.

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Police said a store employee confronted them and one of the suspects pulled out a pistol and pointed it at it. Thereafter all the three accused left the shop.

Police said they fled in a light blue Honda CRV without a license plate and were seen heading north on Interstate 5.

The first suspect is described as a Pacific Islander male adult, approximately 5’6″ with a medium size, wearing a light-colored hoodie with khaki shorts and long white socks with white boots.

The second suspect who pointed the gun to police is described as a Hispanic or light-skinned African American male adult, between 5’4″-5’6″ with a slender build, red joggers, a Black Patagonia hoodie, wearing a surgical face mask. , black beanie and black tennis shoes with a heart-shaped or teardrop tattoo under his left eye.

Surveillance photos of suspects.

The third suspect is described as an African American adult male with a medium build between 5’8″ and 5’10”, wearing a black suit with a white stripe over the shoulders and pant leg and is wearing a black baseball cap.

No further details were released.

The Woodburn Police Department is asking anyone with knowledge of the case to contact 503-982-2345 and reference case number 2021-011227.

Granthshala News contacted the company seeking comment, but did not receive a response prior to publication.

Woodburn is about 30 miles southwest of Portland.


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