- See this tweet:
DC Police Department
@DCPoliceDept 1 hour ago
Robbery at 1650 hrs Unit b/o NY Ave. NE. L/O B/M, 5’7”, thin, dark, “Tracy”, white tee blue jeans; B/F dreads, “Nae”, white shirt gray pant
7:17 PM – 12 Jun 2016
2) Here is the associated DC Alert message:
From: AlertDC [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, June 12, 2016 7:05 PM
Subject: Crime Alert 5th District (PSA 501-508)
|This is an important message from the District of Columbia AlertDC system.
3) Here is the Email from MPD:
From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Sunday, June 12, 2016 9:08 PM
Subject: [MPD-5D] Robbery Unit Block of NY Ave N.E.
Robbery New York Avenue CCN 16-095-796
On Sunday 6/12/2016, the complainant reports while he was fixing his bicycle S-1 and S-2 approached him in a 4 door silver vehicle. S-1 then came out of the front passenger seat and greeted him. S-1 then pulled out a small silver handgun from his waistband and demanding money. S-1 reached inside of the complainants pants pocket and grabbed his wallet. S-1 then ran back inside the vehicle and fled the scene heading southbound in the 1300 block of First St NE.
Suspect 1: Black Male, 20-35 years old, dark complexion, tennis shoes, white T-shirt, blue jeans.
Suspect 2: Black Female, 20-35 years old, dark complexion, dreadlocks, gray pants, white T-shirt.
Any persons with information regarding this crime may contact the Fifth District Detectives’ Office at 202-698-0260, or the MPD Command Information Center at 202-727-9099. Reference CCN# 16-090-826.
Persons with information may also anonymously text via cell phone to 50411. Text, photo and video messages are monitored by members of the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips on serious or violent crimes will be investigated by members of the department. If you would like a police response for any incident, please call 911. (Because the tip line is anonymous, the sender will not receive a response to the original message. The anonymous text tip line is not an emergency number. If you witness a crime in progress or have an emergency that requires the police, please call 911.)