ROSEVILLE, CA - An employee of a Roseville fast-food restaurant robbed in July is suspected of aiding two men to carry out the crime, according to police.
Wednesday, detectives arrested Maria Isabel Perez-Vasquez, 21, of Roseville, Tito Luis Ruiz Hernandez, 22, of Elk Grove and Seville Dupree Butler, 23, of Sacramento on suspicion of robbery, conspiracy, use of a firearm and dangerous weapon in the July 22 morning robbery, said Officer Dee Dee Gunther.
The restaurant on the 4000 block of Foothills Boulevard was targeted by two men wearing masks, gloves and armed with a handgun and a knife, Gunther said. Employees and a customer were ordered to go into the freezer area while the robbers took cash from the business and the customer's wallet and cellphone.
Detectives believe Perez-Vasquez, who was one of the employees working at the restaurant when it was robbed, helped her boyfriend Butler and Ruiz Hernandez to plan and carry out the crime, Gunther said.
Bail was set at $100,000 for each suspect. They were booked into Placer County Jail.