Police issue arrest warrants for three men suspected of robbing Fargo's Mister MoneyFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Police have issued arrest warrants for three men who are suspected of robbing Fargo's Mister Money store at gunpoint. Fargo police say Valeri Dida, Rodrick Dida and Yahntey Gaylah are the three people responsible for holding up a Mister Money pawn store at gunpoint.
By: Brian Abel, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Police have issued arrest warrants for three men who are suspected of robbing Fargo's Mister Money store at gunpoint.
Fargo police say Valeri Dida, Rodrick Dida and Yahntey Gaylah are the three people responsible for holding up a Mister Money pawn store at gunpoint.
22-year-old Valeri Dida and 25-year-old Gaylah are both wanted for robbery charges.
Both have a long history of arrest, with Dida arrested 8 times since 2011, and 10 times for Gaylah since 2009.
19-year-old Rodrick Dida is already in custody for Tuesday's armed robbery at Casey's Convenience Store in Horace.
At the heels of the arrest warrants, the Mister Money teller who was held up at gunpoint twice is speaking out for the first time.
Morgan Aasheim has experienced twice in her short 18 years, what no one hopes to go through in a lifetime.
Morgan Aasheim/Mister Money Robbery Victim: "I was really scared and I cried afterwards"
She was behind the counter on November 12th when two men walked into the West Fargo Mister Money store.
Soon after she was looking down the barrel of a gun, those harrowing moments prepared her for January 7th, when once again, she was behind the counter when two masked men walked into Sunmart Plaza's Mister Money with a gun, and asked for cash.
Aasheim: "The second one I was just angry that they did it again."
With the prospect of those responsible soon being off the streets, and a new door buzz security system in place.
Aasheim: "I think we're safe now, i'm glad there are safety precautions we have taken"
But Aasheim has endured unbelievable circumstances, and has some words of caution for anyone who finds themselves in her shoes.
Aasheim: "It is scary when it happens and just stay calm and do what you're supposed to do and I don't know, just be ok afterwards.”
Fargo police say they are actively following leads on both Valeri Dida and Nyantey Gaylah, who are still at large, and hope to have them in custody shortly.