Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Wanted Wednesday

Carjacking Suspect

Detectives are working to crack this carjacking case. They’re actively looking for this suspect whose photo was snapped on a cellphone. He’s wanted in connection with the carjacking of a scooter on Sheriff Road in Capitol Heights on August 24th. The preliminary investigation reveals the victim was riding his scooter when a newer-model black Volvo approached and intentionally collided with him. The victim fell off of his scooter. At that point, two men got out of the SUV, pointed guns at the victim and demanded his scooter. The victim suffered minor injuries. Anyone with information on this suspect is asked to call 301-772-4425 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.

Assault Suspect

We are also working to identify this suspect. She’s wanted in connection with stabbing two victims in the 7500 block of Landover Road on August 26th around 9:30 pm. The investigation reveals the suspect got into an argument with the victims in a parking lot. That argument escalated into the stabbings. One of the victims was critically hurt. If you recognize this suspect, please call 1-866-411-TIPS.

Burglary Suspect

If you recognize this suspect, please give us a call. This picture was taken at a gas station in the 10000 block of Livingston Road in Fort Washington on August 18th.  He’s wanted in connection with a burglary at a home on Francisco Court in Upper Marlboro last month. The suspect may have been driving a tan-colored Chevy Malibu with Delaware tags. If you know who he is, please call 301-390-2160 or Crimes Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS. A cash reward is available.

Theft Suspects

We are also working to find and arrest these three suspects. They’re wanted in connection with a theft and assault at a toy store in the 8400 block of Mike Shapiro Drive in Clinton. This occurred on August 30th at about 7:00 pm. The investigation reveals the suspects struck a store employee and stole several pieces of electronics. Please call 301-868-8773 with any information.

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