At approximately 10:30 PM on October 14, 2012, two complainants were walking in the 900 block of Quincy Street, NW, when they were approached by two subjects. The first suspect displayed a semi-automatic handgun and ordered the complainants to get on the ground. Both suspects then demanded the complainants’ property. The complainants complied and handed over their property. The suspects then fled northbound in the 3800 block of 10th Street, NW, on foot.
The lookout for the suspects is:
1) Black male, 18-22 years old, armed with a semi-automatic handgun.
2) Black male, no further description.
Additionally, shortly after 1 AM on October 15, 2012, a complainant was delivering food to the 600 block of Quebec Place, NW, when a suspect approached his vehicle, displayed a handgun, and demanded the complainant’s property. A second suspect then opened the complainant’s car door and also displayed a handgun. The complainant put his vehicle in gear and sped off. As he was driving away, the second suspect opened fire at the complainant’s vehicle. The complainant was not injured during the ordeal.
The lookout for the suspects in this case is:
1) Black male, wearing a blue hat, blue pants, and a black jacket, armed with a handgun.
2) Black male, wearing a black hat and blue jacket.
Fourth District detectives are investigating whether these robberies are related. Anyone with information regarding these crimes are asked to call 1-888-CRIM[E] or 202-727-9099.
According to MPD’s twitter feed there were 11 robberies on Sunday 4 of which were robbery gun and 4 of which were robbery force/violence.
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