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Alleged Suspects Wanted for Robbery Crime Spree in Houston

Alleged Suspects Wanted for Robbery Crime Spree in Houston

ID #22-132 Alleged suspects from video. Credit Houston Police Department

ID #22-132 Alleged suspects from video. Credit Houston Police Department

Suspects wanted in a series of aggravated robberies in the city of Houston.

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for a series of aggravated robberies in the City of Houston.

On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, at around 11:50 pm, the complainant walked into a smoke shop, located at the 1800 block of North Eldridge, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that when he walked into the store, four unknown males were ahead of him and were being helped by an employee. The males then walked out of the store, got into the complainant’s black Toyota Camry (which was left running) and drove off.

A short time later on the same day, four unknown suspects pointed a handgun at a complainant while at a convenience store gas pump, located at the 1900 block of North Sam Houston Parkway, in Houston, Texas. The suspects then took the complainant’s wallet and fled the scene in the black Toyota Camry stolen in the above-mentioned case.

The suspects are also believed to be responsible for an aggravated robbery on February 28, 2022, at a smoke shop located at the 12100 block of Northwest Freeway, in Houston, Texas.

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