Police Need Help Identifying Robbery Suspects
By: Kathy Sweeney
NEW MADRID, Mo. - There's nothing better for police than a crime clearly caught on tape unless they have no idea who's on it. That's why a New Madrid investigator called Heartland News so we can show you the video.
"The first suspect comes by, walking towards where the office is in the store. And then just a few seconds later the second suspect comes back and follows him. As you can see in the video, he is the watch out, kindly eyeing the employee that was sweeping, kindly watching him to see where he goes to cover for the first suspect that actually does the robbery," said Captain Chris Henry with the New Madrid Police Department. "He is coming in the office here, shuts the door, and goes to work."