Fugitives Violent Crime

Suspects Rob the Big Food Mart on Homestead, in Houston

On Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 8:30 pm, two male suspects entered the Big Food Mart, located at 11330 Homestead, in Houston, Texas. One of the males was observed by an employee taking two bottles of wine and then attempted to leave the store without making any attempts to pay for them. The employee confronted the suspects, at which time the suspects became very agitated and confrontational. One of the suspects slapped the employee’s hands and then ran towards him and kicked him, causing pain.

Suspect descriptions: Suspect #1: Black male, 18 to 20 years old, medium build, white muscle shirt, black shorts, white shoes and backpack. Suspect #2: Hispanic male, 18 to 20 years old, thin build, black shirt, black pants, and red Nike shoes.

 

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