SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Police in the South Bay have released surveillance video of a late August armed robbery of a San Jose convenience store in the hopes it will lead to tips.

San Jose police investigators said the two robbers hit a 7-Eleven store at 452 East Santa Clara Street at about 9 p.m. on August 29th.

They said an armed suspect showed the clerk a handgun and demanded cash while a second suspect stood by outside as a lookout.

Both suspects fled the scene on mountain bikes. They were last seen riding southbound on 11th. Street from Santa Clara Street.

SJ armed robbery suspect (San Jose Police Department)

SJ armed robbery suspect (San Jose Police Department)

The armed suspect is described as a Latino adult male, approximately 35-40 years old with black hair and a goatee. He was wearing black pants, a black jacket possibly with security guard patches, black shoes with white soles, tan gloves. He rode off on a silver-colored mountain bike.

The second suspect who kept watch is described as being of unknown race and age wearing a light-colored hoodie and dark pants. The suspect rode away on a possibly yellow mountain bike.

Anyone who has any information on the suspects or the incident is asked to contact the San Jose Police Departments robbery unit at 408-277-4166.

Comments (2)
  1. Aethera Aqua says:

    Why didn’t the clerk have a firearm and blow their heads off as they were trying to get away???