What you need to know about the Ludlow furniture shop that was robbed and robbed again

What you need to know about the Ludlow furniture shop that was robbed and robbed again

After a string of armed robberies in recent months, police in Florida say they are seeking a second suspect in the brazen attack on the Ludlows shop.

On March 2, police said a man wearing a black mask and carrying a handgun approached a small shop in the 100 block of Ludlow Avenue in Zionsville, about a half-mile north of Orlando.

The shopkeeper told police he didn’t think he was targeted, but a man with a gun entered the shop with a pistol, pointed the gun at the clerk, and demanded money.

The clerk gave the suspect money, police reports show.

Police said the suspect fled in a dark-colored sedan with Florida license plates.

A few weeks later, a man carrying a knife entered a nearby furniture store and took more than $100,000 worth of furniture, police reported.

Police said the second robbery occurred on March 11, after a man entered the same shop with the same knife and a large amount of money.

Police described the suspect as a black man, in his 20s to 30s, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, with short brown hair and brown eyes.

He was wearing a dark gray sweatshirt with a dark brown hood, police records show.

He wore black pants, a gray hooded sweatshirt, a white T-shirt, and dark colored sneakers.

The car belonged to the same man who was arrested in the previous robbery.

The suspect was described as a light-skinned, black man between 20 and 25 years old, about 180 pounds, with a medium build and a light complexion.

He had short brown, shoulder-length hair and was wearing dark sunglasses, police described him as wearing a red shirt with the words “Beware” written on it.

The second man was described by police as a white male, between 20 to 25 years of age, weighing about 180 to 185 pounds, wearing a white shirt, a dark blue sweat shirt, dark pants, and black shoes.