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Police seek help to ID two men in robbery of woman at ATM

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North Las Vegas Police seek this man in connection with a May 5 robbery on the 2400 block of Rancho Drive.

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North Las Vegas Police seek this man in connection with a May 5 robbery on the 2400 block of Rancho Drive.

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Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying two men involved in an ATM robbery in early May.

On the night of May 5, a 45-year-old woman was conducting a drive-through ATM transaction on the 2400 block of Rancho Drive when two men approached the car and demanded money, police said. The woman complied, and the men fled.

One man was described as white, between the ages of 20 and 25, weighing about 150 pounds and standing about 5 feet 7 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a black T-shirt, black pants and glasses.

The other man was described as white, between the ages of 20 and 25, weighing about 140 pounds and about 5 feet 10 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black baseball hat, a black T-shirt with a multicolor graphic, black pants and glasses.

Anyone with information about the men is encouraged to contact the North Las Vegas Police Department at 702-633-9111 or to contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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  1. The police could ask for this help sooner than what they did, The public is willing to help but please come forward early.

  2. Hmm, apparently, when the perp is white, race is a factor & reported. When the perp is not, well, it's irrelevant. Truthfully, when a describing a perp, color, among other things, is a very relevant factor. But, of course, reporting a perp as being black or brown or tan would be "politically incorrect" and "offensive." Sort of like "fried chicken" is "offensive" to Tiger Woods. You know , the serial philanderer. So, now I suppose, since the "word police" have spoken, some will no longer use the words "fried chicken." What will it be? "Boiled in oil fowl?" The totalitarians are on the rise in this country and our taken-for-granted Constitutional rights are at risk. Gun control; word control; food control. What's next?

  3. racial profiling--I'm all for it. If you know the race of who you are looking for, spell it out. Ditto for law enforcement. When we have clues or an FBI profile that strongly suggests the Perp is a specific race or color, go for it. Why waste time and money casting a larger net?