Police looking for assistance in anticipating pirate who swiped money out of woman’s palm during ATM
December 9, 2016 - Finding Carter
Broward sheriff’s detectives wish to know if we commend a male seen on notice video aggressive a lady and hidden her money.
Detectives contend he forcefully swiped hundreds of dollars out of a woman’s palm as she was about to make a deposition during an ATM in Pompano Beach.
The 66-year-old lady was attacked by a male who seemed to be regulating a ATM subsequent to her on May 1, pronounced Gina Carter, a mouthpiece for a Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Since a robbery, investigators have chased down several impotent leads, Carter said. They’re now branch to a open for assistance identifying a man.
He is suspicion to be in his 30s and had a medium, jaunty build. He had dim close-cropped hair and a goatee. He wore a sleeveless T-shirt, jaunty shorts, sneakers and a ball cap, a notice video showed.
While a lady struggled with a pirate her watch came off and fell to a ground. The male ran off though fast returned, punched a woman’s face, grabbed her watch and again took off running, Carter said.
The indicted pirate fled a Wells Fargo in a dark-colored four-door Toyota, Carter said.
Investigators titillate anyone with information about a suspected pirate to hit Detective Steven Hoover during 954-321-4209.
Anonymous tips can be submitted to Broward Crime Stoppers during 954-493-8477 or online during www.browardcrimestoppers.org.