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Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Unsolved Armed Robbery

Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Unsolved Armed Robbery

ID #22-227

ID #22-227 Alleged suspect. Source Houston Police Department

ID #22-227 Alleged suspect. Source Houston Police Department

Houston Police Department Press Release

Aggravated robbery at a convenience store

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

On Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 11:00 pm, an unknown male entered a convenience store, located at the 11100 block of Westheimer, in Houston, Texas. The male approached the counter, pointed a handgun at the clerk, and demanded the money from the register. The employee complied with the suspect’s demands by giving him the money from the cash drawer. The suspect turned around and began to walk out of the door as a customer was entering. The suspect then pointed his handgun at the customer and demanded his money. As the suspect left the store, he discharged his handgun several times and then fled in an unknown direction.

Suspect description: Black, male, 25-35 years of age, light complexion, dressed in a black, short-sleeved t-shirt, over a lighter colored shirt that was partially visible hanging below the black t-shirt, black pants, black shoes, that appeared to have a white logo on the back heel of both shoes.

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

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