14 People Robbed at South City Bar and Grill

Three suspects took money and property from customers at The Mack Wednesday night

Alex Degman
January 10, 2019 - 1:08 pm
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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) -- St. Louis police say more than a dozen people were held up Wednesday night at a popular south city bar.
Police were called to The Mack on Macklind Avenue just before 10:00 for a report that 14 people were being robbed by three suspects.

They're described as three black men -- two of them are about six feet tall wearing black hoodies, one of those men wore a green bandana and the other wore a blue bandana. There's no description of the third suspect.

The victims ranged in age from 23 to 50.
Police say the suspects entered the business and announced a robbery -- they took money from the register plus money or property from all the victims.

One of the men who was robbed, and carrying his own personal weapon, followed the suspects into an alley. Police say the victim was threatened with a gun, so he shot at the suspects. It's unclear if anyone was hit.

No one inside the bar was physically hurt.