GRAND BAY, Ala. (WALA) - The Mobile County Sheriff's Office is searching for three suspects caught on camera robbing a Grand Bay gas station.
According to reports, the robbery happened at a Chevron gas station off Highway 90, Sunday, July 28.
The store owner, Pulin Patl, is offering a $2,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the robbers.
"Why did this have to happen? You know, lately crime had been going up a whole lot especially for convenience stores. It's getting very risky. You're always worried about the people who work for you," Patl said.
The robbers grabbed cash from a register and stole a wallet and keys from a customer inside the store.
Officials said the suspects took off in the customer's 1999 Ford Crown Victoria. The entire robbery is caught on camera.
Even though the suspects covered their faces, Patl noticed a specific characteristic on one of the suspect's hands.
"First knuckle and the last one is sticking out. That's very unusual to me. That's a very important clue. Hopefully, someone knows something or notices something on someone's hand. That's why we can put a face to that picture," Patl said.
The owner believes if the suspects aren't caught they will strike again. If you have any information Mobile County Sheriff's Office.
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