We already know America’s urban streets are not safe, especially at night. Now, we’re not even safe indoors — while shopping in supermarkets.
MyFoxOrlando reports, Oct. 3, 2012, that a man pushing a shopping cart in the frozen food section of a Pathmark supercenter in northeast Philadelphia was beaten and robbed of $100 by three men and a woman.
Philadelphia police are looking for the four suspects and ask the public to call them if you know who they are.
Here’s the robbery captured by the store’s surveillance cam:
A reader of the MyFoxOrlando news article Jim Hampton claims that:
1st suspect is described as a Hispanic male, medium complexion, 20-years-old, 5’8”. He was wearing a blue jacket, t-shirt and tan shorts with a baseball hat and had earrings and a nose ring.
2nd suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 20-years-old, about 6’0” tall with a dark complexion. He had an afro and goatee and was wearing a red long-sleeve shirt and tan pants.
3rd suspect is described as a Hispanic or Asian male, 5’6”, with a stocky build and was wearing a blue track suit.
4th suspect is described as a Hispanic female with dark hair, wearing a red coat and blue jeans.
I took these screen shots of the video, showing the four suspects: