Monday, December 9, 2013
The Associated Press
HOLYOKE, Mass. — Holyoke police are looking for a man they say interrupted a church service and robbed several members of the congregation at gunpoint.
Lt. James Albert says the masked suspect entered the Pentecostal church at about 2 p.m. Sunday, announced the robbery, and took personal items, including cellphones, from several of the roughly 20 worshippers.
One of the congregants called police after the robber ran off.
The suspect was described as a thin, Latino man wearing a black T-shirt, pants and hat.