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KPD searching for suspect in Friday morning Aggravated Robbery

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The Kerrville Police Department is actively searching for Logan Rene Rodriguez, 19, named as a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred outside a local business early Friday morning. 

According to a press release, two suspects displayed a handgun and stole cash from a delivery driver at roughly 12:38 a.m. in front of Domino’s Pizza, located at 305 Sidney Baker.

The delivery driver reports seeing two men sitting in their car in front of the restaurant before exiting the vehicle after a silver SUV drove up. 

It was at this time that the two men allegedly approached the Domino’s driver brandishing a gun.

KPD reviewed security footage which led them to the location of the SUV shown on the video to the 100 block of Willow Way. 

Officers and CID detectives made contact with Antonio Valdez, 19, who was arrested after being interviewed by authorities.

CID detectives have identified the second suspect as Logan Rene Rodriguez, 20, who is wanted for Aggravated Robbery. 

Rodriguez is described as being 5’10’ tall, weighing 155 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and a light mustache and goatee.

Anyone with any information pertaining to this crime or the location of Logan Rene Rodriguez is asked to call (830) 257-8181.

Featured Image: Courtesy of Kerrville Police Department

 

Image: Courtesy of Kerrville Police Department
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Written by: Michelle Haufler

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