A woman wearing a full-face helmet robbed a Turlock store at gunpoint on Sunday and escaped with another individual on a motorcycle.
The robbery was reported at 12:20 a.m. Sunday at a store in the 2300 block of W. Main Street.
The white motorcycle, which was described as a street bike, pulled in front of the store and a woman got off the back and entered the store.
The woman was wearing a full-face helmet with a clear visor, black long sleeve shirt, black sweat pants with a Raiders logo on the left and right sides. She was described as Hispanic.
She walked around the store for a while, until the other customers left. She then walked up to the cashier, put a beverage on the counter and then pulled out a handgun from a black bag, said Turlock Police spokesman Sgt. Michael Parmley.
She demanded the cashier hand over the money in the register and the cashier complied. She then left the store.
“Video footage shows her on the back of the white street bike leaving towards the south west end of the store,” said Parmley. “The two subjects fled northbound on N. Kilroy.”
The two suspects were not apprehended.