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Alleged Violent Camera Store Robbery Caught on Camera

Alleged Violent Camera Store Robbery Caught on Camera

ID #21-29

ID #21-29 Alleged robbery suspect

ID #21-29 Alleged robbery suspect

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for an aggravated robbery (elderly).

On Sunday, December 20, 2020, at around 12:25 pm, an unknown male entered a camera store, located at the 5900 block of Richmond Avenue, in Houston, Texas. The male picked out $5,000 worth of merchandise and as the employee was about to finalize the sale, the male picked up the items and ran out of the door with the unpaid merchandise.

The suspect then attempted to get into a single cab Ram 1500 pickup as three employees tried to stop him, including a 68-year-old employee. The suspect was eventually able to break free from the employees and sped out of the parking lot. All of the employees suffered minor cuts and scrapes from the incident.

The victims were able to get the temporary license plate number from the vehicle, but after further investigation, it was discovered that the plate is fictitious.

Suspect descriptions: Black male, 33 to 35 years old, 6’1, 275 pounds, bald, blue pullover, blue pants and brown shoes.

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For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1

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