June 13, 2024

06.26.22 Suspect Used Machine Gun in Two Aggravated Robberies

Cases #2022-31950 and 2022-31961 – Aggravated Robberies
On June 24, 2022, officers and detectives responded to two Aggravated Robberies where
victims’ cars were stolen. The offender was armed. We believe the suspect to be the
same in each of the robberies based on the description. Subject is described as a white
male, approximately 5’10, 150 pounds, light colored (possibly white) tank top, jeans, and
mid to early 30’s. Officers and detectives are actively investigating these cases, and
following up on evidentiary leads, which appear to be related.
At approximately 8:30 p.m., at the intersection of West Cedar Bayou Lynchburg and Bush
Road. The suspect pulled up behind the victim in the turn lane, approached the vehicle
with a “machine gun” and told the victims to get out of the vehicle. The suspect drove off
in their Kia, leaving behind his vehicle. It was learned that the vehicle left behind was
another Kia which had been taken in an aggravated robbery approximately an hour earlier
at intersection in the of Interstate 10 and South Main Street, in Harris County’s jurisdiction.
While officers were searching the area, we received another Aggravated Robbery in the
6800 Block of Thompson at the TA truck Stop, which occurred at approximately 9:30 p.m.
The suspect who was driving the Kia that had just been stolen off of West Cedar Bayou
Lynchburg, followed the victims into the parking lot of the TA truck stop. When the victims
parked, the suspect pulled up next to them, approached them with a gun and told them
to get out of the vehicle. The suspect drove off in their vehicle, Grey 2021 Jeep Compass,
last seen east bound on the feeder road of Interstate 10, leaving behind the stolen Kia. A
third Aggravated Robbery occurred in Harris County Jurisdiction. The Baytown Police
Department is working with other agencies to bring these violent offenders to justice
We encourage anyone with information about this incident to contact the Baytown Police
Department at (281) 422-8371 or Baytown Crime Stoppers. You can call or fill out an
online form – all anonymously. You will be given a unique code number. Call Baytown
Crime Stoppers at (281) 427-TIPS (8477) or download the P3 Tips app on Apple Store
or Google Play.
“The Baytown Police Department will continue to relentlessly pursue these and
other violent offenders both in and surrounding our city. We ask that anyone with
information on these and other crimes contact us without delay. Many of our most
significant arrests have been made because the good people of Baytown have
come forward with information that has led to arrests and prosecution.” -Chief of
Baytown Police Department, John Stringer

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