59ºF

Man orders raspa before robbing raspa stand at gunpoint, SAPD says

Gunman at large; SAPD asks community's help identifying him

Courtesy: San Antonio Police Department
Courtesy: San Antonio Police Department

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police is asking for the community’s help in identifying a man they say ordered a raspa at a local business before pulling out a gun and demanding money.

Officials said the robbery occurred Saturday at a raspa stand located on Rigsby Avenue, which is on the city’s Southeast Side.

SAPD robbery detectives describe the unidentified man as Hispanic, 20-30 years old, standing 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing around 180 pounds.

On its social media pages, the SAPD shared three images of the man accused of robbing the raspa -- also referred as snow cone -- stand at gunpoint.

Follow Adrian on Twitter | Like Adrian on Facebook

Anyone with information is urged to contact SAPD robbery detectives at 210-207-0300 with the case number #18104552.

SAN ANTONIO STORY IDEAS & TIPS, EMAIL: agarcia@ksat.com 


About the Author: