SALISBURY, Md. - Authorities have increased the reward money being offered and released an audio recording of the suspects involved in the robbery of an armored truck, in Salisbury.
The Salisbury Police Department says on Tuesday, detectives were able to obtain an audio recording of the suspects involved in the robbery of an armored truck which happened at S.E.C.U., on Mount Herman Road. Police say in the recording, the suspects can be heard talking about what to steal, how to bind the victim/driver, and ordering the driver not to move and to be still. Four suspect were reportedly involved in the incident.
Authorities say the suspects made off with the Loomis Armored truck driver's company issued handgun and an undisclosed amount of money on January 22.
The suspects fled the scene on foot.
Law enforcement describes three of the suspects below:
Suspect 1: Black male, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, black and gray pants, armed with a handgun.
Suspect 2: Black male, wearing all dark clothing, wearing a dark colored mask, armed with a handgun
Suspect 3: Black male, wearing all dark clothing, wearing a dark colored mask, armed with a handgun.
This robbery remains under investigation by the Salisbury Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation Baltimore Division.
With the assistance of Crime Solvers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Loomis Armored US, LLC, the reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspects involved has been increased to $50,000.
Listen to the audio recording here.
Anyone anyone who recognizes the voices of the suspects in the audio recording or the person in the photos is asked to call the Salisbury Police Department at (410)548-3165, Crime Solvers at (410)548-1776 or the FBI tip line at (410)265-8080.
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