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Houston police and FBI are looking for a suspect in various robberies

HOUSTON, TX (KWTX) – The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division and the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect involved in at least four robberies through threats.

An unidentified woman entered the hotel lobby around 8:30 p.m. on December 19 in the 5100 Hidalgo block of Houston, where she approached the counter and showed a note to the clerk saying that another suspect was standing outside the hotel, armed. with weapons and give her money from the cash register.

The clerk obeyed the suspect and gave her money from the cash drawer. The suspect then fled the scene in an unknown direction.

The suspect is described as a white woman in her 40s and 50s, wearing a black baseball cap with blond or gray hair tucked under the cap, wearing a black coat, mask and sunglasses. She is described as wearing high heels on at least two occasions.

All four robberies took place in the same geographic area, and the suspect robbed each business with the same demand note. According to Houston police, during one robbery, a victim stated that although she was beautifully dressed, she smelled strongly of body odor.

The suspect is also suspected of committing the following robberies:

December 20, 2022 – A suspect entered a sandwich shop around 9:20 pm in Westheimer’s 6100 block. The suspect approached the cashier, showed a threatening note and demanded money. The cashier yielded to the suspect and gave her money from the cash register. The suspect left the restaurant on foot.

December 21, 2022 – A suspect entered a hotel around 4:50 pm in the 5100 block of Westheimer. The suspect approached the cashier, showed a threatening note and demanded money. The cashier yielded to the suspect and gave her money from the cash register. The suspect left the restaurant on foot.

December 23, 2022 – The suspect entered the bank around 5:20 pm in Westheimer’s 7900 block. The suspect approached the cashier, showed a threatening note and demanded money. The cashier obeyed the suspect and gave her money from the cash drawer. The suspect fled the scene in a dark vehicle.

Anyone with information should DIRECTLY contact Crime Stoppers of Houston if you have any information related to this investigation. Information leading to the indictment and/or arrest of any criminal suspects may result in a cash payment of up to $5,000.

Whistleblowers MUST contact Crime Stoppers DIRECTLY to remain anonymous and consider a cash payment by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.crime-stoppers.org, or via the Crime Stoppers mobile app.

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