PGPD Wanted Wednesday for May 2, 2018

Attempted Bank Robbery

We are starting Wanted Wednesday this week with our active search for a suspect wanted for trying to rob a bank.  On April 30th, at approximately 10:00 am, the suspect walked into a branch in the 3000 block of Branch Avenue in Temple Hills. He demanded money from a teller but ultimately left without any cash. If you recognize him, please call 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS. We are offering a cash reward in this case.

Robbery Suspects

These two suspects who are wanted for robbing a gas station in College Park wore unique disguises to mask their faces. One suspect wore  crocheted fabric and the other a Maryland flag scarf.  Despite the attempt to hide his identify, a surveillance camera recorded an image of one of the suspects without his face covered. These two suspects robbed a gas station in the 8400 block of Baltimore Avenue.  Please call detectives with any information in this case. They can be reached at 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS.

Robbery Investigation

Detectives are working to identify these two suspects linked to a robbery in District Heights. On April 26th, at approximately 1:45 pm, the two suspects and an accomplice approached a victim on Parston Drive and demanded money. One of the suspects had a gun. The victim complied. Following the robbery, the suspects fled in a gold, four-door sedan with DC plates. Please call 301-772-4425 or 1-866-411-TIPS with any info. A cash reward is available.

Package Theft Suspect

Please call us if you recognize this suspect who is wanted for a package theft in Bowie. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspect snatched a box outside of a home on Hall Station Drive on
April 23rd. We are offering a cash reward. Please call 301-390-2179 or 1-866-411-TIPS.

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