6 arrested in San Angelo armed robbery, 1 still wanted
SAN ANGELO, Texas —
San Angelo police have arrested six people in connection with an armed robbery. One more suspect is still wanted.
Police say a 27-year-old resident was robbed at gunpoint by seven men Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of North Van Buren Street. The suspects stole several items including a 2011 Ford Mustang.
The robbery was captured on surveillance video.
Police identified the seven suspects as Lorenzo Ortiz Rueda, 42, Ruben Ortiz, Jr., 26, Oscar Ornelas, 54, Gavino Eladio Zapata, 20, Ruben Ortiz Sr., 46, John David Acosta, 38, and David Ray Salas, 21.
On Thursday, police executed warrants at homes in the 100 block of W. Avenue H and the 400 block of Mimosa Drive. They found Rueda, Ornelas, Zapata, Salas and Ortiz Jr. Police also seized the weapons used in the robbery as well as most of the stolen property.
Ortiz Sr. was arrested Friday.
Police are still looking for Acosta and the stolen Ford Mustang. Acosta is considered armed and dangerous.
If you know where to find Acosta or the stolen Ford Mustang, contact Crime Stoppers of San Angelo at 325-658-4357.