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Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Aggravated Robbery

Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Aggravated Robbery

ID #21-576

ID #21-576 Alleged robbery suspect

ID #21-576 Alleged robbery suspect

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance identifying the suspects responsible for an aggravated robbery.

On Friday, October 22, 2021, at around 3:00 am, the complainant was working at a restaurant, located at the 8100 block of Southwest Freeway, in Houston, Texas.

The complainant stated that two unknown males walked into the restaurant and sat at two different tables. The complainant stated that while he was getting two menus, one of the males walked up to him and handed him a note that said, “I have a gun on me take me to the safe if you scream I will shoot.”

The employee stated that he took off running to the freezer and locked himself inside. The suspects were then joined by two more suspects as they ran after the employee but were unable to make entry into the freezer, so they then ran out of the restaurant, got into a dark-colored four-door sedan, possibly a Toyota Camry, and fled the scene.

Suspect descriptions:
Black male, thin build, black Nike shirt, black shorts and black crocs armed with a handgun.
Suspect #2: Black male, large build, black pullover, black shorts.
Suspect #3: Black male, thin build, white shirt and red pants.
Suspect #4: Black male, white pullover and blue jeans.

If you know the names of these suspects.

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

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