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LAPD looking for help identifying armed robbers who pistol-whipped taco truck employee

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The LAPD are looking for answers after three men Lboarded a taco truck and robbed the workers at gunpoint, pistol-whipping one in the process.

The three poorly-disguised men -identified by the LAPD as two Black males and a Hispanic- entered the food truck at around 3AM on July 14th, flailing a Smith & Wesson M&P compact handgun about as they demanded money.

Attempting to gain access to the safe, the bandits had no such luck and demanded personal effects from the employees, pistol-whipping one in the process.

According to the LAPD, the suspects were last seen fleeing the truck and are described as “in their 20’s, with no distinctive physical features.”

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  1. Anyone else notice that the two individuals in the foreground are indexing their trigger finger? Also, look at how they are controlling the scene. These thugs have some type of formal training.

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