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Iberia Parish Crime Stoppers: November 2, 2017

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Raisin Canes armed robbery / Iberia Parish Crime Stoppers Raisin Canes armed robbery / Iberia Parish Crime Stoppers

On October 30th just after midnight, Deputies responded to Canes Restaurant located 1211 E. Admiral Doyle Dr. in reference to an armed robbery.

Three employees had just closed the store and began talking to one another near their vehicles. The employees stated that out of nowhere, a black male standing approximately 5'4", 150lbs, dressed in a dark hoodie with the hood up, blue jeans, wearing a multi-pattern black and white bandana over his face, sunglasses, dark gloves and dark shoes produced a silver semi-automatic handgun and demanded their cell phones and wallets.

The suspect made all three victims lay on the ground until he fled the scene. The suspect could be driving a silver four-door car, possibly an older model Toyota Camry or Chevrolet Impala.

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