Suspect robs Super Pawn, draws magic marker on face as disguise

Phoenix Police are offering a reward to find an armed suspect who robbed a Super Pawn store.

Police say the suspect entered the Super Pawn shop at 39th Avenue and Indian School just after 9am on Thursday, October 1st. The suspect used a hammer to break the display cases and grabbed jewelry from them.

The victim says it appears the suspect used a marker to draw facial hair as a disguise. The suspect was last seen heading eastbound on Indian School Road on a bicycle.

Police are not certain if the suspect is male or female. The armed suspect is described as 20 to 30 years old, five feet six inches, weighing about 130 to 160 pounds. The suspect was wearing a black beanie with an "M" logo, camouflage jacket, blue jeans, and white shoes.

If you have any any information, call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.