Police Thursday released surveillance video of the four men who robbed the Subway restaurant near 50th and Center in Omaha last Saturday night, in hopes someone can identify them.
The suspects entered around 11 p.m., showed a gun and demanded money. They left the scene in a white vehicle with an undetermined amount of cash.
It was one of three holdups that day. The first occurred at the Black Squirrel Tattoo parlor at 40th and Farnam, where an employee told police a man entered just before 8 p.m., pulled a gun and demanded money. After receiving some cash he ran away.
Then around 8:30 p.m., a man pulled a gun at the Phillips 66 gas station near 45th and L streets and demanded money. After getting the cash, he ran off.
Anyone with information on any of the robberies is asked to call police at 402-444-7867.
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