Man faked heart attack while accomplice robbed store — police

/ 05:31 PM June 19, 2019

Police said a man faked a heart attack in a Massachusetts convenience store while his accomplice hopped over the counter to steal money from the register.

Malden police said they responded to the store on reports of theft, as per a Facebook post on Tuesday, June 18.


***********UPDATE ************As of 06/19/2019, both individuals, believed to be involved in the incident, have been…


Posted by Malden Police on Monday, June 17, 2019

Officers were told two white men entered together. Witnesses told police one “faked a heart attack” while the other grabbed the cash.

Both suspects then fled. Police are looking for them.

Police say that in addition to holding both men accountable for the robbery, they also want to make sure the suspect’s “heart problems have been taken care of by a medical professional.”

Police posted surveillance video and images of the men, hoping the public will help identify them. HM/NVG


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