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Fort Worth Police Looking for Aggravated Robbery Suspects, Need Help Identifying

Wanted suspects

The Fort Worth Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying three individuals wanted for Aggravated Robbery. The incident occurred on March 13, approximately 5:00 a.m., at the 7-11 store located at Hemphill and W Berry.

According to authorities, two male suspects entered the store during the early hours of the morning. One suspect, wearing a distinctive jacket, sweatpants, a mask, and tennis shoes, confronted the clerk in the back of the store, brandishing a handgun and demanding money. Meanwhile, the second suspect, dressed in a brown and orange jacket, a full ski mask, and dark pants, surveilled the store and its surroundings.

Vehicle driven by suspects

After the clerk complied with the demands, both suspects exited the store calmly, walking northwest toward the parking lot of a nearby church. Investigators have uncovered that approximately 30 minutes before the robbery, a silver 4-door vehicle circled the store's parking lot and parked at the gas pumps. A female suspect, described as Black or Hispanic, exited the vehicle, entered the store briefly without making any purchases, and left. The vehicle, lacking visible license plates with the rear plate obscured, is described as having a sunroof, chrome wheels, and tinted windows.

Descriptions of the suspects are as follows:

  • Suspect 1: Black or Hispanic female, 5’02 to 5’07, over 230 pounds, light complexion, fake eyelashes, tattoos on the upper left and upper right arms, tattoo on the upper left back, wearing a dark-colored top and blue jeans.
  • Suspect 2: Black male, late teens to mid-’20s, 5’06 to 5’08, medium build, wearing a mask, multicolored hooded jacket, sweatpants, and tennis shoes.
  • Suspect 3: Black male, late teens to late 20’s, 5’10 to 6’02, medium build, wearing a ski mask, OSU branded brown with orange top, and dark pants.

Authorities urge anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspects or details about the incident to contact Detective Raynsford in Robbery at 817-392-4469. Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided by calling Crime Stoppers of Tarrant County at 817-469-8477, referencing Report #24-19572.

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