Sketch released of suspect in violent southwest Houston robbery

HOUSTON – Police have released a sketch of one suspect involved in a violent robbery in southwest Houston last month.

The victim was attacked while walking in the 10200 block of West Bellfort on the morning of June 9.

One robber pistol-whipped him. The other man punched and kicked him and threw rocks at him.

The suspects got away with the victim's money and cell phone.

The suspect in the sketch is Hispanic, in his early to mid 20s and about 5'8. He has black, spiky hair with a mustache and goatee. He wore a black rosary and had a neck tattoo that possibly read "Trejo" or "Hecho en Mexico." The robber was wearing a black t-shirt and dark blue jeans. He was carrying a gun or pistol-shaped lighter.

The other suspect is about 18 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, about 160 pounds, with a light complexion. He had facial hair, in a goatee-style and spiky black hair. He wore a red hooded sweater and khaki pants. He also had tattoos, possibly stars, on his neck.

Anyone with information in this case or on the identity of the suspect in the sketch is urged to contact the HPD Robbery Division at 713-308-0700 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.


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