Photos Released Of Suspect Wanted In D.C. Robbery, Victim Hit Over Head With Fake Gun
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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – U.S. Park Police have released surveillance photos of one of the two suspects wanted for a robbery in which a victim was struck in the head only later to have her credit card used at businesses around D.C.
The robbery occurred in the park at 20th Street and Connecticut Avenue in North West on the evening of February 18, 2012. The first suspect, who struck the victim in the head with what was later found to be a replica handgun, was described as a black male between 30 to 40 years old, with a medium brown complexion, clean shaven, about six feet tall, and weighing about 200-215 pounds with a muscular build. He was wearing a black coat and black wool skull cap at the time of the robbery.
Park Police now have surveillance photos of the second suspect, who used the credit card at various shops in the area of P Street between 14th and 17th Streets NW. The woman is believed to be white and 30 to 40 years old, with brown hair with highlights. She tried to make, and in some cases completed transactions for food, gift cards and cell phones, and was seen driving what is thought to be a 2-door White Mitsubishi Eclipse.
If you have any information about this robbery, you are asked to call United States Park Police Criminal Investigations at (202) 610-8730 or leave information on the Tipline at (202) 610-8737.