Armed robber hits Harmon gameroom - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Armed robber hits Harmon gameroom

Posted: Updated:
 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Do you know this individual?

In broad daylight, this man is caught on camera brandishing a black pistol at the cashier of Lucky Land Gameroom on Saturday morning.

The cashier quickly complies, throwing out an undetermined amount of cash before the suspect flees on foot toward the Harmon McDonalds.

According to Police Spokesperson Officer Paul Tapao, the suspect is described as 5'6'' or 5'8'' and light skinned with a full beard. During the heist, he wore a black long sleeve shirt with colored stripes, black sunglasses, a black hat, and blue jeans.

If you have any information about any crimes in our community call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP (4357) or visit them online at guam.crimestoppersweb.com.
  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Guam's Trae Santos wins Frontier League home run derby

    Guam's Trae Santos wins Frontier League home run derby

    Huge shout out to Guam's Trae Santos for winning the Home Run Derby at this year's Frontier League All-Star Game held in Missouri. After taking some time off from the game, Santos is back on the diamond doing his thing. Santos, who plays for the Gateway GMore >>
    Huge shout out to Guam's Trae Santos for winning the Home Run Derby at this year's Frontier League All-Star Game held in Missouri. After taking some time off from the game, Santos is back on the diamond doing his thing. Santos, who plays for the Gateway GMore >>
  • 130 public health complaints under investigation

    130 public health complaints under investigation

    If you've noticed some unsanitary practices while dining out...well, you're not alone. Public Health currently has 130 complaints under investigation. The department's Division of Environmental Health is currently prioritizing each one based on the risk iMore >>
    If you've noticed some unsanitary practices while dining out...well, you're not alone. Public Health currently has 130 complaints under investigation. The department's Division of Environmental Health is currently prioritizing each one based on the risk iMore >>
  • Increase in demand creates four more Guam-Japan flights

    Increase in demand creates four more Guam-Japan flights

    There are more signs that the Japanese tourism market may be picking up. Citing an increase in demand, United Airlines is restoring four weekly 737-flights between Guam and Nagoya from December to the end of March. This adds another 1,000 seats a week, anMore >>
    There are more signs that the Japanese tourism market may be picking up. Citing an increase in demand, United Airlines is restoring four weekly 737-flights between Guam and Nagoya from December to the end of March. This adds another 1,000 seats a week, anMore >>
Powered by Frankly