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Two Suspects Wanted for Alleged Robbery of Store Caught on Camera

Two Suspects Wanted for Alleged Robbery of Store Caught on Camera

ID #22-252

ID #22-252 Alleged suspect. Credit Houston Police Department

ID #22-252 Alleged suspect. Credit Houston Police Department

Aggravated robbery at a convenience store at the 2400 block of W. Little York. 

Houston Police Department Press Release

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

On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at around 4:50 am, two males entered a convenience store, located at the 2400 block of West Little York, in Houston, Texas. One of the males remained at the door as the second male walked around the enclosed counter, opened the door, and threatened to hit the clerk in the head while holding a large metal stick. The suspect forced the clerk away from the counter and then removed the money from the cash drawer. Once the suspect had the money, he walked out of the enclosed counter, punched the clerk in the face, and then fled the location with the other suspect.

Note: The clerk stated that prior to the robbery, the suspect came into the store while wearing the same pants and shoes while playing games within the store.

Suspect description: Black male, around 5’6, 35 to 40 years old, heavy set, wearing a green jacket, black mask, jeans, and brown boots.

Suspect #2: Black male, multicolored shirt and jacket and white and red shorts.

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