Wednesday, September 28, 2016


Homicide Suspect

We’re starting Wanted Wednesday this week with a composite sketch of the suspect we are looking for in connection with the homicide of 52-year-old George Barnes in Temple Hills. On September 8th at about 11:00 am, officers were called to the 2500 block of Southern Avenue for a shooting. The officers found Barnes suffering from a gunshot wound. He died at a hospital. The suspect is an African-American male, between the ages of 24-30, 6’0”-6’3” and weighs about 185-200 pounds. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-866-411-TIPS. You will never have to give your name.

Shooting Investigation

Detectives are working to identify the suspect in these photos. He’s wanted in connection with a non-fatal shooting on September 15th at about 2:15 pm in the 3200 block of Walters Lane in Forestville. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspect shot two victims. Preliminarily, this does not appear to be a random crime. Anyone with information about this shooting is urged to call our Regional Investigation Division – Central Region at 301-772-4911. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.

Bank Robbery Suspect 

This suspect wore a unique disguise when he robbed a bank in the 4600 block of Old Branch Avenue in Temple Hills. The armed robbery happened on September 23rd around 12:55 pm. After running from the bank, the suspect was seen getting into a burgundy Chevrolet sedan with tinted windows and a DC tag. The suspect also has tattoos on his neck. Please call 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS with any information on his identity. A cash reward is available.

Attempted Robbery Investigation

The suspect in this photo is wanted for an attempted armed robbery on September 15st around 7:30 am. The incident happened in the 4400 block of 68th Place. The preliminary investigation revealed the suspect and an accomplice walked up to the victim and demanded cash. The suspect then struck the victim before the suspects fled the area. Please call detectives at 301-699-2601 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS with information on this case.

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