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Concord Police Search For Four Suspects Who Allegedly Robbed a Teenage Ice Cream Vendor at Gunpoint

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    Concord Police Search For Four Suspects Who Allegedly Robbed a Teenage Ice Cream Vendor at Gunpoint
    Concord Police Department
    Four men are accused of stealing money and a cell phone from an ice cream vendor in Concord. The victim is bent over in the right hand side corner in a gray sweatshirt.

    Concord police are searching for four men who last week allegedly robbed a teenage ice cream pushcart vendor at gunpoint.

    The suspects approached a 15-year-old boy around 4:20 p.m. on July 20 near Sunshine Drive and Detroit Avenue, police said. One of them was armed with a small black handgun.

    The group demanded that the victim empty his pockets so the teenager handed them his cell phone and around $100 that he had earned by selling ice cream.

    The suspects, who did not injure the teen, then ran away toward Detroit Avenue. 

    A nearby surveillance camera captured footage of the crime.

    People with information about the case are asked to call 925-603-5817 or leave an anonymous tip at 925-671-5836.

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