East Coast Fugitives

Philadelphia Police Need Help to ID Armed Robbery Suspect

Armed Robbery Occurred on August 2, 2018, at 12:45 am, the victims, two 35 year-old-males, were walking on the 21xx block of Locust Street when they were approached from behind by an unknown black male who pointed a handgun at them demanding their money. When victim #1 told the suspect he didn’t have any money the suspect struck on the head with the handgun knocking him down.

After victim #2 threw his wallet to the ground and the suspect picked it up and went through it, but after seeing there was no money inside it, the suspect fled on foot and was last seen east on Locust Street then south on 21st Street. Nothing was taken from either victim. Suspect Description: Black male, 35-39 years-of-age, 5’8″-5’10”, 170 lbs., light complected, goatee, wearing a tan bucket hat, white t-shirt, and blue jeans.

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