Police release photos of suspects accused of pistol-whipping grocery store employees during robbery

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 27, 2015) – Four men burst into a northwest side grocery store nearly two weeks ago, pistol-whipping employees and getting away with cash.

Police now have a better idea of who they’re looking for and need help identifying the thieves. The armed robbery happened on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, at El Toro, 4112 N. High School Rd. Two of the suspects kept their faces covered and ordered customers and employees to go to the back of the business and lie on the floor.

The other two took money from registers behind the front counter, police said. In one case, one of the robbers pistol-whipped a victim and dragged them to the back.

At least two of them were armed with semiautomatic handguns, police said.

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