Suspect: Black male, 6’1 to 6’2, blue pants, black jacket with hoodie and black shoes.
Vehicle: 2014 to 2015 Chevrolet Camaro. On Sunday, January 6, 2019, an unknown male entered a discount department store, located at the 9500 block of Rowlett, in Houston, Texas. The male used a credit card that had just been taken in a robbery by force. The suspect purchased a PlayStation gaming system and several games.
In the robbery case, the complainant was walking at the 2400 block of Capitol, when a vehicle pulled up beside him, at which time an unknown male exited the vehicle and approached him. The male then threatened to harm the complainant and then went through his pockets and removed all of his belongings. The suspect then got back into the vehicle and fled the scene. Houston PD #22976-19
The suspect in the robbery was described as a black male, plaid shirt and dark hair. On Friday, August 20, 2021 at 10:17 am, the complainant was working inside his jewelry store, located at the 2900 block of Main, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that he observed a light colored Chevrolet pickup drive up on the side of his business and noticed two males exit the vehicle while wearing masks and at least one of them was armed with a handgun. The storeowner retrieved his handgun and as the males entered the store, he exchanged gunfire with the suspect armed with the gun. The suspects then retreated and ran out of the store. One of the suspects got back into the truck while the second suspect ran across the street and got into a blue Dodge Charger. The complainant noticed that the truck had stopped in front of his store after the incident and as he opened the front door, in fear that the suspects was going to shoot at him again, he fired another round towards the truck. The suspects then quickly fled the scene. It is unknown if the suspect was hit by the complainants gunfire. Houston PD #1123684-21
Note: The suspect’s gun fell to the ground during the second exchange of gunfire (outside) and was recovered by responding officers. The gun was listed as stolen in 2020 in a burglary case.
Suspect: Black male, early 20’s. Suspect #2: Unknown.
Suspect #1 vehicle: Light colored Chevrolet/GMC four-door truck
Sherriff’s Deputy’s with Rusk County (Texas) located the complainant’s vehicle the next day committing a traffic violation. Deputy’s attempted to stop the vehicle, at which time, the suspect led officers on a high speed chase. The suspect then wrecked the complainant’s vehicle and a fifteen-year-old juvenile male (the shirtless male in the video) was taken into custody.
Detectives with the Houston Police Robbery Division are currently seeking the identity of the male wearing the white shirt with red and black pants. On Monday, April 12, 2021 at 5:42 pm, the complainant was walking on a sidewalk at the 2200 block of Main, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that she was approached by two unknown males, at which time one of the males (walking behind her) forcibly grabbed her purse, which was being worn with a cross strap across her chest. The victim’s purse strap then broke, resulting in the victim feeling pain. The suspects then took off running in an unknown direction. Houston PD #484924-21
Note: The suspects were captured on camera just moments prior to the incident. The actual robbery occurred outside of the camera view.
Suspect description: Black male, 5’11 to 6’00, blue shirt and blue jeans.
Suspect #2: Black male, red shirt, red cap and black pants.On Saturday, January 23, 2020 at around 2:07 am, an unknown male entered a convenience store, located at the 2200 block of Louisiana, in Houston, Texas. The male purchased a bottle water and as he walked out of the store, he grabbed a bag of chips with paying for them. The clerk then walked outside of the store and confronted the suspect about taking the chips. The suspect then displayed a handgun at his waistband and then got into a gray colored sedan and fled the scene. Houston PD #104348-21
Suspect description: Hispanic male, 40 to 45 years old, 5’8 to 5’9, 160 to 170 pounds, medium complexion, light blue shirt, blue jeans and baseball cap. Suspect #2: Hispanic male, 40 to 45 years old, 5’8 to 5’9, 180 to 180 pounds, medium complexion, black baseball cap, red shirt, black sports coat, gray shoes and armed with handgun. On Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 3:11 pm, three unknown females entered the Sunglass Hut, located at the 2000 block of W. Gray, in Houston, Texas. One of the females remained near the door while the other two females walked up to the display cases and started to remove sunglasses. An employee immediately recognized the females as being the same suspects who stole from their store just two days prior. The employee confronted one of the females (wearing yellow shirt) and asked them to leave the store. The suspect then punched the employee in the face several times, grabbed several sunglasses from the display case, and then ran out of the store. Houston PD #1168404-20
Suspect #1: Black female, heavy build, yellow shirt and black and white pants. Suspect #2: Black female, heavy build, gray Nike shirt and gray pants. Suspect #3: Black female, black shirt and black pants.On Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 8:52 pm, two unknown males entered the Walgreens, located at 1919 W. Gray, in Houston, Texas. One of the suspects jumped the counter while pointing a handgun at the employee and demanded the money from the cash register. The other suspect walked to the pharmacy and robbed the employees by forcing them to open the safe. The suspects then fled in an unknown direction. HPD case #1035716-20
Suspect descriptions: Suspect #1: Black male, 5’10 to 6’1, 120 to 170 pounds, black hoodie, white pants and white shoes. Suspect #2: Black male, 5’5 to 5’9, 125 to 160 pounds, multicolored hoodie, white pants, gray shoes. On Sunday, September 6, 2020 at around 10:30 am, the complainant was shopping at the Marshall’s, located at 1450 West Gray, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that an unknown female walked up to her and started to talk to her while asking her advice on several clothing items. The complainant stated that the unknown female got uncomfortably close to her on a few occasions, but did not think anything of it. The complainant stated that she remained in the store for a while longer and received a text stating that her credit card was used for a large purchase at the Walmart, located at 111 Yale (1.6 miles away). The complainant then realized that her wallet had been removed from her purse from the unknown female, who had left immediately after their conversation. Houston PD #1181990-20
Note: Surveillance cameras at the Walmart captured the suspect purchasing a television for $712.29.