AURORA, Colo. - Wearing masks and hats, two men with at least one gun robbed a Subway in Aurora while a teenager was at work there.
Travis Green III, an 18-year-old employee was held up on Friday, Feb. 28, at approximately 9 p.m. The teenager and police confirm that he was the only person in the restaurant at the time.
Green says he was told to open the register and give the masked men the code to the safe.
The suspects exited the restaurant, located near Iliff and Peoria, through a back door. Surveillance video of the crime was turned over to the police department.
The first suspect is described as a black male between the ages of 20 or 25. The 6-foot-2, 210 pound man was wearing a grey sweat-suit with white stripes running down the sides, black and white tennis shoes, and a black baseball cap with a white logo. He had a handgun.
The second suspect was also a black male in the same estimated age range. The 5-foot-9, 150 pound man was wearing a light blue sweatshirt with black jeans and black tennis shoes. His cap had a distinctive camouflage design with a red bill and white emblem on the front. He did not show a weapon during the robbery.
The same restaurant was burglarized in November 2013 by two suspects who broke in through a large hole they made in a wall. They also tried to steal the safe in that case.
The 2013 case remains unsolved.
Anyone with information related to the cases can contact CRIMESTOPPERS by calling
(720) 913-STOP (7867) or sending the tip through text message to 274637 (CRIMES) Be sure to use the title DMCS and enter the message.