Police authorities continue to investigate the 7-eleven robbery suspect in California after conflicting interviews and pieces of evidence emerged.
Alleged 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect in California
Stockton police continue to investigate the alleged 7-eleven robbery suspect if he was a victim of assault or a shoplifter. This is after a video of two employees in the 7-eleven beating the alleged robber became viral on different social media sites.
In a published article in New York Post, police authorities said that the 7-eleven robbery suspect went behind the counter and threatened to shoot an employee if someone would stop him. He was alleged of stealing several packs of cigarettes before leaving the store.
Additionally, the 7-eleven robbery suspect returned a day after the incident and demanded money while simulating a gun. However, he grabbed food instead of money when the employees refused and left the store again.
Alleged 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect Could Be a Victim of Excessive Assault
According to a published article in KCRA, Stockton police authorities continue to investigate the incident. They are confused if the alleged 7-eleven robbery suspect was a victim of excessive assault or a shoplifter after a video went viral online.
Stockton police said, “The male did not know if he had been assaulted. The male was then transported to an area hospital to be treated for a complaint of pain.”
They added that by the time the incident was reported, they could not confirm if the 7-eleven robbery suspect was a victim of an assault or suspect of the related series of robberies at the 7-eleven store.