Houston Police Release Video of Alleged Serial Armed Robber Caught on Camera
Newly released video of a suspect wanted in a series of aggravated robberies in North 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.
On Tuesday, August 16, 2022, at around 1:50 pm, an unknown male walked into a food truck, located at the 5700 block of Antoine, in Houston, Texas. The male immediately pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the employees while demanding money from the cash register. The complainants complied and opened the cash drawer. The suspect then removed the money and fled in an unknown direction (video attached).
The suspect is also believed to be responsible for the following aggravated robberies:
Aug. 31 at 6:16 pm at a cell phone store at 6440 W. 43RD. Houston PD #1173264-22
Aug. 31 at 6:38 pm at a fast-food restaurant at 5242 Hollister. Houston PD #1173370-22
Aug. 31 at 6:54 pm at a food truck at 6625 Pinemont. Houston PD #1173452-22
Suspect description: Black male, 25 to 35 years old, 5’8 to 5’10, 170 to 185 pounds, goatee, black hair, black shirt, black pants, and black shoes.
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For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1
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