SONOMA COUNTY, Calif. (KTVU) - The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in identifying four people suspected of cashing-in lottery tickets that were stolen during an armed robbery.
Investigators released surveillance photos of the four. One shows a woman dressed in black. Investigators say she has a tattoo on the left side of her chest.
Another photo shows a man in a light grey vest; a third man is seen in a black jacket and white t-shirt; and a fourth picture shows a woman wearing a plaid shirt and a vest.
Sheriff's officials are calling them "persons of interest" and say they would like to talk to them about the lottery tickets which were taken during an armed robbery.
At this time, investigators are releasing few details about the case including when and where the robbery occurred.
Investigators say the four people were seen in a black Mercedes ML series SUV.
Officials are encouraging anyone who may have any information about the case to come forward.
The Sheriff's Office is reminding people they can submit anonymous information on its website or call into its tip line at 707-565-2185.