TUCSON, Ariz. - Investigators are looking for two people involved in an armed robbery from a clothing store in Tucson last month.
Tucson Police say a man and a woman entered the Nordstrom Rack on Oracle on Oct. 21 and started grabbing stashing merchandise on the shelves.
A loss prevention employee at the store confronted the woman when she tried to leave, and she put the merchandise back on the shelf and got into a green sedan parked outside.
The employee then confronted the man, who brandished a knife and pointed it at the employee before leaving the store with the merchandise, according to the Tucson Police Department. He reportedly got into the same green sedan and drove away.
Police say they belive the man was involved in another incident in August, and had purple hair at the time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Tucson Police Department or report their tip anonymously by calling 88-CRIME.