Baltimore, MD / March 7, 2012 - The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, comprised of FBI agents and detectives from the Baltimore Police Department and Baltimore County Police Department is seeking public assistance in identifying the individual in the attached photos and video for his involvement in several armed robberies throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area.

The incident depicted in the video occurred around 4am on March 6th at the Royal Farms store located at 1119 W. 41st. Street. The suspect entered the convenience store and brandished a silver revolver while demanding a store employee open the cash register and give him money.  The suspect then walked behind the counter, discharged a round from his firearm and took an unknown amount of US currency from the cash register before fleeing eastbound on W. 41st Street on foot.

The suspect is described as an African American male, approximately 35 years of age, approximately 5'7" tall, approximately 200 pounds, wearing a black coat with a hood, blue jeans, black shoes, and black gloves.  

This suspect is also wanted in connection with a February 21st shooting and robbery incident at a Royal Farms store located in Northeast Baltimore. At approximately 9:40 p.m. on February 21, 2012, two black males entered the Royal Farms, 5232 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD and committed a commercial armed robbery and shooting. The suspect was wearing a hood and dark jacket with orange or maroon markings brandished a silver revolver and stole cash and cigarettes.  He then approached a store customer and demanded the customer’s wallet.  As the customer tried to retrieve his wallet, the suspect shot the victim.

A $2500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects depicted in the attached photographs is being offered by the FBI. Anyone with any information should contact FBI Violent Crimes Task Force at 410-265-8080.

Any calls will be kept strictly confidential