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Guilford Police Continue to Search for Walmart Robbery Suspect

A robbery took place at the Guilford Walmart Sunday morning, during which a male suspect snatched two money bags from an employee and fled the scene

 

Guilford Police are still searching for the suspect in the robbery that took place Sunday, November 18th, at the Guilford Walmart, at 900 Boston Post Road. At about 9:05 AM, a male suspect entered the Walmart store by himself. After loading a carriage with high ticket items, he was identified by store security and left without any items.

He returned a few minutes later and snatched two money bags from an employee and ran out the front door. He left in a mid-90's Honda Accord, color silver or light gold, with the license plate CT 649YIX. The suspect is being described as a "light skinned Black or Hispanic male, approximately 30 years old, wearing dark colored jeans, a plaid flannel shirt and bright white sneakers," according to the press release.

A second suspect was spotted in the vehicle. The second suspect is "described as a heavy set white male, with blond hair and glasses, believed to be in his mid 20's."

No one was harmed during the incident.  Anyone with information can call the Guilford Police at 203-453-8060.

Officer Michael Tullo Detective Timothy Benier are the investigating officers for the case. The following official press release was released by the Guilford Police Department regarding the robbery:

At approximately 0905 AM a lone male suspect entered the Walmart store at 900 Boston Post Road.  After the suspect loaded a carriage with high dollar items, he was identified by store security, and he then left without any items, only to return a few minutes later.  This time the suspect snatched  two money bags out of an employees hands, and ran out of the front door.  He left in a mid-90's Honda Accord, color silver or light gold.  The vehicle was reported to have license plate CT 649YlX, which is reported as being cancelled. 
The male is described as a light skinned Black or Hispanic male, approximately 30 years old, wearing dark colored jeans, a plaid flannel shirt and bright white sneakers.  There was a second suspect in the vehicle, described as a heavy set white male, with blond hair and glasses, believed to be in his mid 20's. 

Polar November 21, 2012 at 03:50 AM
Perhaps if the Guilford P.D. spent more time investigating crime and less time profiling local activists, this man would not have been so emboldened.

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