The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public's assistance identifying the suspects responsible for three aggravated robberies.
On Thursday, November 11, 2021 at around 10:15 pm, three unknown males entered a convenience store, located at the 1400 block of West Gulf Bank, in Houston, Texas. One of the males was armed with an assault rifle, which immediately caught the attention of one of clerks, who was standing behind the counter. The clerk then closed the bulletproof glass, cutting off access to the cash registers. The suspects then fled the location empty handed in a red Nissan SUV. Houston PD #1521163-21
About ten minutes later, at around 10:25 pm, the suspects drove to the 9100 block of North Freeway, in Houston, Texas. The suspects noticed the complainant servicing an ATM next to a bank and stopped their vehicle in the parking lot. The suspects then exited their vehicle and began to walk towards the complainant while armed with an assault rifle. The complainant was accompanied by a uniformed armed security guard, who immediately drew his weapon, and began to exchange gunfire with the suspects. The suspects then got back in their vehicle and while attempting to flee, one of the suspects fell out of the opened passenger door. The suspect then got back into the passenger seat as they fled the scene. Houston PD #1521195-21
About two hours prior to the incidents, the owner of the red Nissan SUV that was used in the above mentioned robberies was at a gas station at the 600 block of East Ritchey, in Harris County, but outside the city of Houston. The complainant in that case carjacked by the suspects as he was getting gas and his vehicle was taken. Harris County #2111-01323 (No video available)
Suspect description: Black male, thin build, 6’0, wearing all black clothing.
Suspect #2: Hispanic male, 5’6, black clothing, brown shoes.
Suspect #3: Unknown race male, thin build, black clothing and Abercrombie hoodie.