Prince Georges Police Beat: NAME THE DIRTBAG! The Lawless led by the Clueless

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NAME THE DIRTBAG! The Lawless led by the Clueless

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BRANDYWINE, MD. — The armed robber and criminal class of Prince Georges County is out to rob as many stores as they can and as fast as they can. While the nation’s Democrats and other spineless politicians such as exist in Baltimore, Maryland, blame the police and lead the criminal rebellion, citizens continue to be the victims of the lawless led by the clueless. In a recent case of an armed ex-con running on a downtown street in Dover, Delaware police closed in on him before he could shoot someone. After he was shot in the leg by police, professional agitators began to question why police were even in the downtown area of the capitol city. The police responded with maps and statistics essentially showing they were there because criminals were there committing crimes.

Attention activists who are leading the rebellion of the criminals: Cops fight crime! That’s their job!

Police ask that the public take a good look at this dirtbag in this clear surveillance photo. He robbed a Wawa in the 16000 block of McKendree Road in Brandywine on August 27th around 5:20 am.  After grabbing cash, he sped away in a blue Ford with Maryland tags 1AZ8591. Moments before the robbery, that getaway car had been carjacked on Albert Drive in Brandywine.

 

Dirtbag wanted for Brandywine gas station armed robbery on 082715

Dirtbag wanted for Brandywine gas station armed robbery on 082715

 

 

Prince Georges County Md. Police Robbery Unit detectives believe the suspect from the gas station robbery and an accomplice are also behind three additional robberies. On September 1st, the two men robbed a convenience store in the 6000 block of Marlboro Pike.

 

The same two suspects are linked to the armed robbery of a sub shop in the 5700 block of Silver Hill Road on August 29th.

 

Carjacked vehicle used in Brandywine gas station armed robbery 082715 PGPD

Carjacked vehicle used in Brandywine gas station armed robbery 082715 PGPD

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Robber, I presume, cops believe same robbers commited more robberies

Dr. Robber, I presume, cops believe same robbers commited more robberies

Detectives also linked the two men to an armed robbery of another convenience store on August 28th. The business in the 4900 block of Silver Hill Road was robbed around 4:10 am.  If you have information on any of these four cases or the suspects, please call 301-772-4905 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS. A cash reward is being offered.

 

Theft Suspect

 

You can’t see a face, but this suspect’s clothing choice is distinguishable. The suspect wore a shirt with a skull on the back when he or she stole items from a truck on Sellman Road in Beltsville on August 26th. If you have any information on this suspect, please call 301-937-0910.

 

PG Cops say armed robbers wanted a foot long with the loot on Aug 29 2015

PG Cops say armed robbers wanted a foot long with the loot on Aug 29 2015

Robbery Suspects

The Prince Georges County Police Robbery Unit is also working to find these four suspects who robbed a convenience store on August 31st. They targeted the store in the 14000 block of Baltimore Avenue around 2:00 am. Once they stole cash, the four ran away.

Security camera got cameo shot of crook stealing from vheicles in Beltsville Md PGPD provided photo

Security camera got cameo shot of crook stealing from vheicles in Beltsville Md PGPD provided photo

Armed robbers busy on Baltimore Ave in PG County on Aug 31 2015

Armed robbers busy on Baltimore Ave in PG County on Aug 31 2015

Detectives believe two of the suspects from the August 31st robbery also committed another robbery a few days earlier. In that case, two suspects robbed a convenience store in the 6000 block of Livingston Road in Oxon Hill on August 27th. Anyone with information on either robbery is asked to call 301-772-4905.

 

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