Richmond Police release images of armed robber trio

The Richmond Police Department need the public’s assistance to identify the three suspects in the attached photos who robbed a Stop and Go convenience store Wednesday.

Police said that at approximately 2:00 a.m., two men entered the store at 16oo Mechanicsville Turnpike and robbed the business at gunpoint. They left the store and drove eastbound on Carver Street in a minivan driven by the third suspect.

Police said there were no injuries.

three suspects

The first suspect is a black male who was wearing a dark jacket with gray interior, blue jeans and multi-colored shoes.

The second suspect is a black male with light facial hair. He was wearing a black jacket with two white stripes around the sleeves and collar, dark trousers, and dark shoes.

The third suspect, the driver, is described as a black male with a thin mustache. He was wearing a red, black and gray shirt, long black shorts, black shoes and an Atlanta Falcons ball cap.

Stop and Go suspect vehicleThe suspect vehicle is silver.

Anyone with any information about these suspect’s identity or this crime is asked to call First Precinct Detective Adrian Partain at (804) 646-1290 or Crime Stoppers at 780-1000.

Citizens can also text Crime Stoppers at 274637, using the key word “ITip” followed by your tip.

Both Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous.

4 comments

  • wesee

    Need to call in The Mayor, McEachin and Holder to see
    the obvious and transparent Disparity.
    They are certainly privy to the controlled, manipulated,
    and hidden stats, blotters, and facts, kept from the public.
    Mayor needs protections, City Council needs protections,
    and seems to be a need for a Priority for Public Safety.

  • wesee

    Oh, I see. Another Mayor’s Legacy Priorities:;
    A new Jail, deliberately purposed to be too small from jump street.
    Profound wisdom of PC Agendas. in view of all the Transparencies.

  • Lisa

    and they thought it was a good idea to commit an armed felony, put people in danger, and risk serious time in prison, all for the change in a convenience store register?

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