Police seek three suspects in Little Caesar's robbery

Philadelphia Police are looking for three suspects involved in a robbery at Little Caesar's.

This incident took place on October 4 just after 9:00 P.M.. in the Overbrook section of the city.

According to police, two black males entered the Little Caesar's on Lancaster Avenue. One of the males, armed with a handgun, demanded money from an employee. The males fled after taking $300 from the cash register.

Police say that during the robbery, a woman was parked outside the restaurant with her two young children when a third suspect pointed a handgun at her. After taking the woman's iPhone, all three suspects fled together.

According to surveillance video, they were last seen south on 59th Street. No injuries were reported from this incident.

Police have described the first suspect as a 5'8" black male in his early 20's, armed with a handgun and wearing a black and white skull faced bandana and blue surgical gloves. The second suspect is described as a 6'0" black male in his early 20's also donning blue surgical gloves. Police describe the third suspect as a 6'0" black male in his early 20's in camouflage pants armed with a handgun.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Southwest Detective Division at 215-686-3183.