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Police searching for person of interest in Riverwalk robbery

27-year-old Rondal Martin, who may have critical information regarding an armed robbery that happened at the MOOYAH restaurant located inside of the Riverwalk. (Source: NOPD) 27-year-old Rondal Martin, who may have critical information regarding an armed robbery that happened at the MOOYAH restaurant located inside of the Riverwalk. (Source: NOPD)
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

Police are searching for a man they believe has critical information on the robbery of Riverwalk restaurant.

According to NOPD, 27-year-old Rondal Martin (pictured above) may have critical information regarding an armed robbery of MOOYAH in the Riverwalk Outlet Mall.

The robbery occurred on Jan. 25 around 7:53 p.m. According to NOPD, a black male entered MOOYAH through the rear door and demanded money from the cash registers. The employees complied and handed the unidentified robber an undetermined amount of cash. The robber then fled out the back door.

Rondal Martin is not a suspect at this time. Police only want to speak to him because they believe he has information that could help solve the case.

Anyone who knows Martin's location is asked to call Sixth District  Detectives at 504-658-6080 or CRIMESTOPPERS at 504-822-1111.

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