We’re starting Wanted Wednesday this week with our search for a burglary suspect. The suspect on the bike is linked to a residential burglary in Landover Hills. The crime took place on April 9th at a home on 72nd Avenue. Anyone who recognizes this suspect is urged to call 301-699-2601 or 1-866-411-TIPS.
Robbery & Assault Suspect
Detectives are also actively working to identify this suspect who is linked to an assault and robbery in Oxon Hill. This occurred on April 14th at approximately 8:00 am in the 4400 block of Wheeler Road. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspect stabbed the victim and also stole his cellphone. The victim is out of the hospital. Anyone who recognizes this suspect is asked to please call 301-749-5064 or 1-866-411-TIPS.
Our detectives are working to make an arrest in a burglary in Upper Marlboro. On April 15th, at approximately 11:40 pm, this pictured suspect broke into an establishment on Marlboro Pike. Once inside, the suspect damaged property and stole cash. Please call us at 301-390-2179 with any information that could help detectives. Tipsters who want to remain anonymous can call 1-866-411-TIPS.
Convenience Store Armed Robbery
This is the suspect our Robbery Unit detectives are working to identify. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspect targeted a convenience store on Laurel Bowie Road on April 15th at about 6:00 pm. He walked in, pulled out a gun and demanded cash. We are offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest and indictment. Please call 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS.
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