Gwinnett PD seek identity of suspects in beating, kidnapping and robbery

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(Tucker, Georgia)  Gwinnett Police Department is seeking information from the public to help identify two suspects who allegedly beat, kidnapped and robbed a 25-year old Tucker man on Aug. 19.

According to a press release from GCPD, at approximately 4:30 a.m. on that day, the victim returned home from visiting a local club and was attacked by three to four black males in the parking lot of the Oakwood Vista Apartments on Coleville Circle in unincorporated Tucker. They allegedly hit him on the head, breaking his eyeglasses and punching and kicking him as he fell to the ground. They then forced him into the back seat of his vehicle and drove him to a gas station convenience store in Tucker where they demanded his PIN to his debit card.

Suspect #1 and Suspect #2 were seen on surveillance entering the gas station where Suspect #1 goes to the ATM and withdraws money, getting less than $200. The suspects then left the store and drove the victim back to his apartment complex. Once the suspects left the scene, the victim crawled into his apartment and lost consciousness, where he was later found by a family member who called 911. The victim suffered a broken nose, ruptured ear drum, and damage to his left eye socket.

The following description and photographs of the suspects are being shared with the public in the hopes that someone recognizes one or both of them.

The detective assigned to this case obtained video images of the suspects at the convenience store gas station.  He is sharing these images with the general public in hopes that someone recognizes one or both of the them.

Suspect #1 is a black male with short twists in his hair.  He is wearing a white shirt, dark pants, and black and white shoes.

 

Suspect #2 is a black male with longer twists in his hair.  He is wearing a black shirt, dark pants, and black and white shoes. Surveillance photos provided by GCPD

 

“It’s very important that these suspects are identified and arrested for these crimes.  It’s apparent by their actions in this case that they pose a danger to the community,” GCPD said in the press release.

If anyone has any information to share in this case, they are asked to contact GCPD detectives at 770-513-5300. To remain anonymous, tipsters should contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or visit www.crimestoppersatlanta.org.  Crime Stoppers tipsters can receive up to $2,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case.  Case Number:  18-077155

 

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