According to the police reports, the Kroger Sketch of the suspect flogging grandma with a pistol, grandson during a burglary at Kruger in Galveston. In this regard the police say grandson flogging with a pistol Monday in Kroger. Local businesses offer a reward of up to $8,250 for information leading to an arrest in the case.
While the officers said that the violent incident occurred around 10 p.m. In the store at 5730 Seawall Blvd. Police said two armed men approached the woman and her 21-year-old grandson in a store parking lot while they were putting groceries in the car. Hitting them with a pistol several times before escaping with a watch and a gold chain.
Police said the grandmother was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and her grandson was treated at the scene. Police said the woman had multiple bruises and had her wounds streaked. Police said the woman was “fine” and recovering but was still shaken and traumatized by the theft. Police said the two suspects, who were described as two men with tattoos on their faces and wearing a red hoodie and black hoodie, drove off in a white sedan or possibly a Honda without a rear license plate.
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Anyone with information on this case or the suspects involved are urged to contact Galveston Police at 409-765-3702.