ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A northwest Albuquerque jewelry pawn shop is closed indefinitely as the search continues for the man who shot and killed an employee Friday.
Over the weekend, Albuquerque police released surveillance video of the fatal robbery as it happened.
Video shows a robber, wearing a red bandana over his face and a black hoodie, entering the business on Coors near Irving and then pulling out a gun and opening fire.
Signs were posted on the store's windows over the weekend, identifying the store employee who was killed as Richard Glass.
The sign said the store would reopen Monday, but we have since learned that the store will remain closed indefinitely.
Albuquerque police say the robber turned killer likely knew the layout of the store, or had possibly cased the store before going in.
Police say some cash was taken before the robber fled in what police believe is an older model Ford Crown Victoria, with black wheels.
Police are asking anyone with any information to come forward.
Authorities say because it was a cash for gold business, there was lots of money and lots of jewelry inside the store and the suspect probably knew it.
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