Employees capture robbery suspect who took inappropriate photos of clerk

Employees capture robbery suspect who took inappropriate photos of clerk

Employees capture robbery suspect who took inappropriate photos of clerk

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by Jenny Suniga / KENS5

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Posted on February 12, 2014 at 6:39 PM

SAN ANTONIO -- A man is accused of robbing a local thrift store and taking inappropriate pictures of the cashier.

According to Daniel Ramirez' arrest warrant, He allegedly robbed the Mustang Exchange Thrift Store in the 400 block of W. Hildebrand at gunpoint on November 5.

Investigators said he got angry when there wasn't enough money in the register so he demanded cash from the clerk's wallet.

According to police documents, Ramirez allegedly pulled her by the hair and forced her into a back room and took inappropriate photos of the clerk.

The clerk claimed he threatened to kill her family and post the inappropriate photos on Facebook if she called police, according to an arrest affidavit.

On February 5th, police said the same robber, believed to be Ramirez because of a small unique tattoo on his hand, robbed the thrift store a second time.

During the second robbery, the clerk was able to run for help and employees from a neighboring business chased down the suspect and tackled him.

They held him until police arrived, investigators said.

Ramirez is facing two charges of aggravated robbery and was booked into the Bexar County Jail on $150,000 dollars.

 

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