Amscot robbery surveillance released

Deputies say surveillance will lead to better suspect descriptions

ORLANDO, Fla. - The Amscot involved in a robbery over the weekend has reopened Monday morning, as deputies search for leads in surveillance video.

Osceola County sheriff's deputies said on Sunday that the store manager of an Amscot in Orange County called them and said his home on Oakbrook Court near Kissimmee was stormed by robbers, who tied up several family members.

Investigators said the assailants then ordered the manager to return to his workplace,  located on Hunters Oak Drive, break in, and steal cash from the safe.

Deputies then went to the manager's house and found the family members, who had been tied up but able to free themselves.

Deputies are looking for at least two suspects, both men. One is described as 6 feet, 2 inches, around 210 pounds with dreadlocks. He was wearing all black and a beanie cap during the robbery.

The other suspect is described as 5 feet, 5 inches and 180 pounds.

Amscot released a statement expressing its "gratitude for the quick and diligent response of Sheriff's Office personnel in Osceola and Orange County. We are heartened by the professionalism of these outstanding individuals."

Amscot also said the associates involved in Sunday's incident are fine and taking some time off.

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