Detectives searching for suspects who robbed Subway restaurant, threatened employee


The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two suspect who robbed a Subway Restaurant in Easton. 

The incident happened on January 17th around 10 p.m. at the Subway located on Elm and Fantz avenues. 

As soon as the two men entered the restaurant they jumped over the counter. Officials say one suspect stood by the cash register while the other suspect went to the back room to look for an employee.

According to the sheriff’s office the suspect threatened to shoot the employee while ordering him to open the register.

The entire incident was caught on surveillance video.

One of the suspects took cash from the register while the second suspect went to the back room and took a stack of mail from a desk.

Both suspects then fled the area. The employee was not injured and it appears neither suspect had a weapon. 

The sheriff’s office says both suspects appear to be teeenagers; both were wearing hooded sweatshirts. 

Anyone who can identify the suspects is asked to contact the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office or 
Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867 or You can remain anonymous and receive a cash reward. 

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