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Police looking for Señor Mango robbery suspect

On June 3, the suspect allegedly walked into Señor Mango and threatened to shoot an employee if she didn't give him the money from the register.

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Police are looking for the man they believe robbed a Señor Mango on the city's north side. 

On June 3, a man walked into the ice cream and fruit business at 5112 West Avenue and place a food order. 

While the order was being prepared, the suspect asked the employee for change for a hundred dollar bill. 

When the employee replied that she didn't have change, the suspect reached into his waistband area as if he had a gun and threatened to shoot her if she didn't give him all of the money from the register, according to a Crime Stoppers report. 

The employee handed over the cash and the suspect ran off. 

Anyone with information on the incident or the robbery suspect can call 210-224-7867. 

Crime Stoppers may be paid up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the person(s) responsible.