Riverside Police Department Press Release

 
   

For Immediate Release

Date Friday, July 21, 2006
Contact Steven Frasher, Press Information Officer
Phone (951) 826-5147
     

Armed Robbery Suspects sought: Video images available

Riverside, Ca- Investigators from the Riverside Police Department and allied agencies are seeking the public’s help in apprehending armed robbery suspects who held up convenience stories in Riverside, Ontario and possibly more Inland cities over the past month.


On June 26, 2006 at about 1:30 p.m., two male suspects entered a gas station on Riverside’s Van Buren Boulevard and committed an armed robbery.

On June 22, 2006, Ontario Police Department responded to a similar armed robbery with the same apparent suspects, in their city, in which a convenience store clerk was shot after telling the suspects he was unable to open a safe. A female suspect joined the two males in this incident.

Both the June 22 and June 26 robberies were caught on surveillance video. Both incidents featured a light gold or silver minivan, similar to a Nissan Quest or Mazda MPV, which may have also been involved.

Riverside Police are also investigating a July 13, 2006, robbery, which appears to have been committed by at least one of the adult male suspects.

DESCRIPTIONS:

Suspect 1) Black Male, late 20s to early 30s, 5;10”-6 ft., 200 lbs., last seen wearing a white baseball cap with multiple major league team logos (see graphic above), blue jersey with the words “P. Miller” diagonal across the front and “6” on the sleeves, dark shorts and light-color tennis shoes. Sunglasses.

Suspect 2) Black Male, late 20s to early 30s, 5;10”-6’4” ft., 220+ lbs., last seen wearing a black baseball cap, gray long sleeve t-shirt, blue denim shorts, white tennis shoes. Sunglasses.

Suspect 3) Black Female Adult, 20s, 5’6”, 140 lb., long black hair with red tint, last seen wearing black dress short with large black purse.

Suspect vehicle:
 

 

Suspect Vehicle

Sample 2002 Nissan Quest

 


A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects.

Anyone with information helpful to this investigation is urged to contact Riverside Police Detective Jim Brandt at (951) 353-7137 or Ontario Police Detective D. Schloepp at (909) 395-2941

 

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