Suspects On The Loose After They Robbed An Armored Truck Driver At Gunpoint Outside A Whataburger Outlet

The suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash; no injuries.

SAN ANTONIO – Four suspects robbed an armored vehicle driver at gunpoint in the parking lot of a Whataburger restaurant and took off with handfuls of cash, according to San Antonio police.

The incident happened at 1 p.m., Thursday, in the 300 block of Roland.

When police arrived, the driver of a Loomis Armored Company vehicle said four masked people confronted him while he was parked and demanded money.

The suspects held him at gunpoint as they took an undisclosed amount of cash from the vehicle, according to SAPD. They then got into a vehicle and took off from the scene.

No injuries were reported. Police have searched the area but have not yet located the suspects.

We’ll bring more updates to this story as they become available.

People are divided in their thoughts. The mass has all sorts of things to say to this bizarre incident, “Was he parked and eating a Whataburger? Why would the driver even have keys to the part where the money is kept?”, ” If you saved money by cutting the job down to a one-man operation then…Should just save money and go back to Stagecoaches to transport the loot since the armored vehicle was that easy” while some say “At least with a stagecoach, you had a man with a coach gun ready to fill a couple of the robbers with buckshot.”