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Video Released in Mister Money Robbery

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A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a recent armed robbery at Mister Money in West Fargo.

"ATF is committed to combating violent crime and will utilize all of ATF's resources to target these reckless violent offenders and solve this crime," said Special Agent in Charge Scott D. Sweetow, of the St. Paul Field Division, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

The armed robbery happened on November 12 at Mister Money Pawn Shop, located at 1613 East Main Avenue in West Fargo.  Two individuals entered the business carrying semi-automatic handguns and pointed them at the two store clerks and demanded the money.

No one was hurt during the robbery and the suspects left with an unknown amount of cash.  Both individuals were wearing dark colored clothing and had accents, possibly from Eastern Africa.

Investigators are looking for the public's help with identifying the suspects.  Anyone with information about these crimes should contact ATF at (701) 293-2860 or the West Fargo Police Department at (701) 241-5777.  All calls will be kept confidential 

From the West Fargo Police Department 

West Fargo Police were notified of an armed robbery occurring at Mr. Money, 1613 Main Ave. E., West Fargo at approximately 5:52pm 11-12-2013.  This call came in as a 911.

Patrol officers arriving on scene were advised by two employees that two men wearing dark clothing had entered the store demanding money.  Both men were described as black males, both approximately 5'6" .  One of the males had curly hair, an eastern African accent, was approximately 130 lbs while the other had darker skin. 

Both men were carrying handguns.  One described as a black colored semi auto and the other as a silver colored semi auto pistol. 

Both suspects left on foot, direction unknown.  A K-9 unit was called for tracking but was unable to locate the suspects.

There were no injuries.  West Fargo Police are asking the publics help by calling 701-433-5500 if they know of any information that will assist in this case.

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