The Greenfield Police are asking for the public's help in solving a robbery that occurred Thursday evening.
Officers were called to the AT&T Store, 1346 North State St., Greenfield, for a robbery call. Upon arrival, police were advised two suspects entered the store at approximately 7:15 p.m. and alerted those inside the store that it was being robbed. There were no customers in the business at the time and there are no injuries.
Police have described the suspects as two males armed with a handgun.
Captain Michael Schwamberger, of the Greenfield Police, tells Giant FM, the department is looking into the possibility of this incident being related to other cell phone store robberies in the Indianapolis area.
"As of right now, we don't have any evidence or indication that this is related to some of our other recent robberies in the Greenfield area. Several robbery rings -- not all -- in the past have shown us that groups of suspects will stick with a certain type of location i.e. banks, cell phone stores, fast food restaurants, etc. when they commit robberies. Lots of times, they start out in major cities and eventually spread out to surrounding communities. This robbery could be the case in that scenario based on the amount of cell phone store robberies that Indianapolis has experienced lately," he said.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Greenfield Police Department at 317-477-4410.