Houston, Texas aggravated robberies at convenience stores
HPD is hoping the general public may help them establish the suspects liable for two aggravated robberies within the Houston space.
HOUSTON — The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division is hoping the general public may help them establish a number of individuals who they imagine may very well be liable for a number of aggravated robberies.
HPD investigators stated one incident occurred on March 31 round 4 a.m. at a retailer within the 800 block of Lathrop Street, which is simply off the East Freeway contained in the Loop.
HPD released surveillance video that exhibits three males breaking into the shop through the use of a pry bar to interrupt the glass on the entrance door. Once they acquired inside, police stated the boys discovered the shop worker and compelled them to the bottom.
Two of the suspects emptied the money registers whereas the opposite suspect pried open the shop’s ATM and eliminated the money tray, in line with police.
The suspects then left the placement on foot via the again of the shop.
HPD supplied these descriptions of the suspects:
- Suspect #1: Black male, round 27-years-old, navy, white and inexperienced hoodie pants.
- Suspect #2: Black male, mid-20s, black pullover and grey pants, used yellow pry bar.
- Suspect #3: Black male, black hoodie and grey pants and used blue hammer.
Police stated they assume the identical suspects may very well be accountable for the same theft on May 21, 2021, at a convenience retailer at the 23000 block of the Eastex Freeway, within the Kingwood space. Investigators stated the theft that occurred at that location was much like the one which occurred on Lathrop.
Anyone with details about the investigation is requested to contact Crime Stoppers directly. Information resulting in the charging and/or arrest of any felony suspects might lead to a money fee of as much as $5,000. Tipsters should contact Crime Stoppers directly to stay nameless and to be thought of for a money fee by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitting a web based tip at www.crime-stoppers.org or via the Crime Stoppers cell app.