Robbery suspects accused of targeting Fort Worth bars for Hispanics

Fort Worth Police are looking for three robbery suspects accused of targeting bars that cater to Hispanic customers.

Investigators say the suspects ar e aggressive and are becoming more violent with each robbery they commit. They say the same bad guys hit four bars in the past month.The most recent happened on July 14th inside a bar on Hemphill Street. The others happened on Morningside Drive where seven people were robbed, Collard Street where a person was robbed in the parking lot and shot in the face and on North Main where the robbers fired a shot into the ceiling.

"We are obviously extremely concerned about these individuals who are growing more violent with each of these offenses," said Officer Brad Perez with the Fort Worth Police department.

"We don't want anyone to get seriously hurt again. We want to get these people off the street."
While the robbers covered their face, one forgot to cover his arm," said Officer Perez.

Investigators zeroed in on the large tattoo on his left arm, hoping someone will recognize it and know who he is.The description of the suspects isn't always the same, so police say it's possible it's different guys hitting the bars.



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