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Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Robbery Caught on Camera

Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Robbery Caught on Camera

ID #21-252

ID #21-252 Alleged robbery suspect provided by Houston PD

ID #21-252 Alleged robbery suspect provided by Houston PD

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for a robbery by threat.

On Monday, May 3, 2021, at 3:45 pm, an unknown male entered a general store, located at the 1400 block of Gulf Bank, in Houston, Texas. The male approached the employee and acted as though he was going to purchase an item. The male then handed the employee a fake $20 bill and the employee stated that he could not accept it because it was not real money. The male then reached into his pocket and stated that he did not want to harm him and demanded the money from the register. In fear of the suspect’s intentions, the employee complied with his demands and handed him the money, along with the fake $20 bill. The suspect then fled the location on a bicycle. Houston PD #587791-21

Suspect description: Black male, 30 to 35 years old, 5’8 to 6’0, 180 to 200 pounds.
Fled the location on a bicycle.

The same male is also believed to be the same suspect that has committed the following robberies, all committed in a similar fashion:

Inc. #678674-21 May 21, 2021 at a General store located at the 1400 block of Gulf Bank.
Inc. #697693-21 May 25, 2021 at a General store located at the 1400 block of Gulf Bank.

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