Police in Philadelphia are searching for the suspect responsible for multiple Metro PCS store robberies.
Police are on the hunt for a suspect who is accused of using threatening demand notes to rob a Dunkin’ Donuts, Burger King and McDonald’s in Northeast Philadelphia.
Officials say 49-year-old Cartel Wright, aka Kevin Jones, was first identified as the suspect in a robbery at a Rite Aid at 5010 City Line Avenue.
Police believe two people on the inside are responsible for four burglaries dating back to August. The most recent happened just before Christmas.
Philadelphia Police are investigating a series of robberies in North Philadelphia that occurred between November 15 and December 17, 2014.
Philadelphia Police say they’ve arrested two suspected believed to have committed several robberies within an 11 hour period earlier this month.
The suspects are believed to be responsible for robbing two victims at an ATM on Vine Street.
Police are looking for at least one man after two robberies in the area of a Chester County strip mall.
Signs asking customers to take off their hoodies or masks before entering are popping up on many corner stores in South Philadelphia.
On Oct. 28, police arrested 19-year-old Devin J. Holt, of Wilmington, and 37-year-old Scott M. McFarland, also of Wilmington, and charged them in connection with the robberies.
Philadelphia Police divers spent more than four hours searching the Schuylkill River beneath the Falls Bridge as part of a growing investigation into Dion Jordan, an accused killer, kidnapper and bank robber.
Over the past month, there have reportedly been several reports of armed and strong arm robberies in Wilmington.
Police say that in all three robberies, the man was dressed in a black burqa. He’s described as a light skinned male, and in the September robberies, he fled on a BMX bike.
The suspects, 28-year-old Daniel M. Baker, of Collings Lakes, and 30-year-old Antonio Quintero, of Hammonton, reportedly committed the crimes over the past four months.
Authorities arrested 43-year-old Keith Perkins, of Philadelphia, on Monday.