The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division need the public's assistance identifying the suspects responsible for an aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping.
On Monday, May 3, 2021 at 11:50 pm, the complainants (female) were talking in a parking lot after eating at a restaurant at the 3000 block of Audley, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that a maroon SUV pulled up near them and two unknown males exited the vehicle and approached them. Both males were armed with handguns, demanded their property, and then forced them into the suspects’ vehicle. The suspects then drove the complainants to an ATM and forced them to withdraw money. The suspects then decided that they wanted more money, but had to wait for a bank to open, so they drove the complainants to a hotel, where they forced them to stay overnight. Each suspect then took turns staying up while watching the complainants through the night.
The next morning, the suspects drove the complainants to a bank, where one of them for forced one of the complainants to go inside and withdraw more money. In fear that the suspects would harm the second complainant, the first complainant complied with the suspects’ demands, entered the bank, withdrew money, and then returned to the vehicle. The suspects then drove to the complainants to another location and made one them sell both of their cell phones at an ECO ATM machine. The suspects’ then dropped the complainants off at the 100 block of W. Gray and fled the scene. During the entire incident, the suspects did not physically harm the complainants. Houston PD #586779-21 S
Suspect description: Black male, late 20’s to early 30’s and 5’9 to 5’11. Suspect #2: Black male, thin build, 6’0, and in his 20’s.
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