On Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at around 5:10 pm, an elderly female complainant was working by herself in an office building, located in the Uptown area, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that an unknown male entered the office, forcibly grabbed her by the neck and demanded her purse. The complainant then removed her purse from a desk drawer and handed it to the suspect. The suspect then went through the purse, removed some cash, and then asked the complainant if she had a bankcard. The complainant then showed the suspect her bankcard, at which time he told her that they were going to go for a ride in her vehicle and were going to remove money from her bank.
In fear of her safety, the complainant complied with the suspect, who also told her not to talk to anyone as they walked to her vehicle. The suspect then followed the complainant to her vehicle and forced her to drive to a bank, located at the 4300 block of San Felipe. Once at the bank, the suspect forced the complainant to withdraw $500. The suspect then told the complainant to drive him back to the office building, where he then got into his vehicle, described as an older, small, silver vehicle, and then fled the scene.
Prior to driving back to the office building, the suspect took a picture of the complainant driver’s license with his phone and told her that he would come back and harm her if she did anything stupid. In fear for her safety, the victim did not wish for the address of the incident to be released to the public. Houston PD #563795-21
Suspect description: Black male, 20 to 25 years old, 5’8 to 5’10, 150 pounds, black shirt, blue jeans and wore a mask. Suspect vehicle: Described as an older, small, silver vehicle.
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