This is an artist’s rendering of a man police say is responsible for a recent string of armed robberies in Fell’s Point.
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Baltimore Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying this suspect who is accused of committing multiple robberies in the Fell’s Point area.
The suspect typically targets victims in the late night hours (10 p.m.-2 a.m.) and displays a handgun while robbing his targets of cash and personal items.
Individuals who recognize the sketch or observe any suspicious activity in this area are reminded to call police.
Bi-racial or white male, 5’7-6ft, in his 20s or early 30s. He is described as having a mustache and chin strap beard along with tattoo markings on the right side of his neck and words on both forearms.
1600 Aliceanna Street, 1500 Thames Street, 800 South Linwood, 2100 Gough, 500 S. Wolfe St, 600 S. Washington St, 1600 Lancaster St.
For more information, please contact BPD Public Affairs at 410-396-2012