Surveillance Photos Show Suspects in Armed Robberies

The suspects used credit cards reported stolen in the robberies, Prince William County Police said.

Prince William County Police have released surveillance photos of the suspects in two recent armed robberies .  

The photos are from stores in the Woodbridge area, where the suspects used credit cards reported stolen in the robberies, police said. 

Police responded to the first incident at Sunday at 8 a.m., when a 37-year-old Woodbridge man reported that he was robbed. The victim said that he made arrangements to meet an unknown woman near Gardenview Loop and Summerland Drive. After he arrived, he found the woman with a man who demanded that the victim hand over car keys and money.

The man and the woman took the victim's cell phone and an undisclosed amount of cash, then fled with his Toyota SUV. The victim was not injured.

Around 1:07 p.m., police responded to another report of a robbery. The 45-year-old Woodbridge man said that he "encountered an unknown woman" on the 13300 block of Occoquan Road and got into the car with her. After he drove to Devils Reach Road and Carolyn Forest Drive, he found out that a masked man had been hiding in the back seat. 

The man pulled out a knife and stole the victim's wallet and cell phone. The suspects then forced the victim to get out of the car, police said. The victim was not injured. 

Police believe that the car was the same one stolen earlier in the day, and that the two robberies involve the same suspects. 

The woman is described as Hispanic, 30-35 years old, about 5'6", 120 pounds, with a thin build and shoulder-length brown hair. The man is described as black, 30-35 years old, and wearing a hooded sweatshirt. 


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