The Baltimore Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a robbery suspect. Anyone with any information on the male possible suspect or female accomplice pictured below is asked to call 410-396-2422 or 410-396-2429 and speak to the police. Anyone who offers information may remain anonymous.
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On Wednesday, Oct. 10, at about 9 p.m., a female was walking on the 2200 block of Essex St. She told police that she observed a man approaching from the front. As she got closer, he told her to get on the ground. She got to her knees, and he took her briefcase, purse, wallet (with cash and credit cards), and sunglasses.
The suspect is a black male, approximately age 25, 6-foot-2, thin, and was wearing a black hoodie with the hood over his face, dark jeans, and dark shoes at the time of the robbery.
The photographs below were taken that same day, about 45 minutes later, at a Target in Middle River, where the possible suspect and female accomplice used the victim’s debit card, police say.
The female accomplice, left, accompanied by the possible male suspect.
- The male who allegedly used the victim’s credit card at a Middle River Target store.