This suspect is believed to be the same suspect responsible for at least seven robberies, all committed in similar fashion, since November 8. The following case was also released on Dec 11 involving the same suspect: https://youtu.be/T4lzU2a2un4
Suspect description: Black male, 35 to 45 years old, 6’2 to 6’3, 150 to 190 pounds, dark complexion and medium build.On Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 9:40 pm, an unknown male entered a drug store, located at the 11000 block of Westheimer, in Houston, Texas. The male approached the employee at the counter and acted as though he was going to make a purchase. The male then informed the employee that he had a gun and demanded the money from the cash register while displaying the handle of the gun from his waistband. The employee then opened the cash drawer and handed the suspect the money. The suspect then fled in an unknown direction. Houston PD #1618696-20
This suspect is believed to be the same suspect responsible for at least seven robberies, all committed in similar fashion, since November 8.
Suspect description: Black male, 35 to 45 years old, 6’2 to 6’3, 150 to 190 pounds, dark complexion and medium build.On Sunday, December 6, 2020, at approximately 4:40 pm, five unknown male suspects attempted to rob a business in the 800 block of Uvalde Road in Houston, Texas. During the incident, five males arrived in a white Nissan, likely a Versa, and three males exited the vehicle. One male held the door open while two males entered, on carrying a hammer and the other a sack. The first male attempted to break open the glass display by striking it repeatedly but was unable to do so. The second male also failed to access the case by striking it with the hammer. The males then walked out and then ran to the waiting Nissan and fled in an unknown direction. Suspects are believed to be involved in over 20 similar crimes in the greater Houston area. On Saturday, August 29, 2020 at around 4:33 pm, three unknown males pulled up to the front of a pawnshop located at the 8000 block of the North Freeway, in Houston, Texas. One of the suspects exited the passenger door of gray Jeep Grand Cherokee and ran into the business while armed with a handgun. The other two suspects then exited the vehicle and were about to follow. As the first suspect ran into the pawnshop, he saw a security guard inside the store and quickly turned around while signaling to the other suspects to call off the robbery. The suspect then ran back to the Jeep and the suspects fled the scene. Houston PD #1143734-20
The suspects are believed to be the same suspects responsible for a pawnshop robbery on September 16 (1227937-20) at the 600 block of Tidwell and on November 30 (1592150-20) at the 7000 block of North Freeway.
On both robberies, the suspects were successful and ran into the pawnshops while in possession of handguns and rifles/or shotguns and forced the employees to the ground. The suspects took jewelry in both cases and on the September 16 robbery; the suspects also stole numerous firearms from the pawnshop.
The method of operation (MO) of the robberies is always the same, but at this time, it is unclear as to how many suspects are involved. It appears as though this could be a crew of various suspects using a different vehicle in each robbery.
On Sunday, November 29, 2020, at around 1:10 pm, four unknown males entered a pawnshop, located in the 10800 block of S. Post Oak in Houston, Texas. Three suspects exited a white four-door sedan, possibly a Nissan Versa, two entered the business, and one remained at the entrance holding the doors open, while the driver remained in the vehicle. One suspect had a hammer and immediately started to smash a display case while the second male waited. Once the glass was broken, the second suspect removed mostly jewelry and placed them in a sack he carried with him. The suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction of travel. The suspects are believed to be involved in several similar cases with the area. Houston PD #1586620-20
Suspect #1: Unknown race male, 5’10 to 6’0, 215 to 230 pounds, wearing a black hoodie and black jogging pants with white string in front, black shoes.
Suspect #2: Black male, 5’8 to 5’10, 150 to 165 pounds, wore a black hoodie, facemask, light-blue blue jeans, white sandals, black socks and gloves.
Suspect #3: Black male, 5’10 to 6’0, 175 to 190 pounds, wore a gray hoodie, gray jogging pants, black/white tennis shoes, gloves and a facemask.
The suspects are believed the same suspects involved in over 20 similar cases within the area. Houston PD #1581856-20
Suspect #1: Black male, 5’10 to 6’0, 165 to 180 pounds, wore blue hoodie overhead, black pants, white shoes and a facemask. Suspect #2: Black male, 5’8 to 5’10, 150 to 165 pounds, black or dark blue hoodie, green bandana, black track pants with a white stripe down on legs, gloves and white tennis shoes. Suspect #3: Black male, 5’10 to 6’0, 175 to 190 pounds, wore a gray hoodie, camouflage pants, black shoes, gloves and green bandana over face. Suspect #4: (driver): Unknown race.Two unknown males are responsible for at least four cell phone robberies in Houston beginning on Thursday, June 18 and with the most recent on Sunday, June 21. In the robberies, the suspects point a handgun at the employee and demand the cell phones from the safe along with the money from the cash register. In one of the robberies, the suspect referred to the other suspect as Corey several times during the robbery.
The robberies have occurred at the following locations:
1. June 18 at 12:00 pm Metro PCS at 10001 W. Bellfort
2. June 18 at 2:00 pm Metro PCS at 7030 Monroe
3. June 21 at 11:16 am Metro PCS at 4211 Caroline
4. June 21 at 12:30 pm Boost Mobile at 5901 Bellaire
Suspect Descriptions: Suspect #1: Black male, 15 to 18 years old, 5’4 to 5’6, thin build, white pullover, blue jeans and red shoes. Suspect #2: Black male, 15 to 16 years old, 5’4 to 5’5, black pullover and blue jeans. Possibly named ‘Corey.’