WYOMING, Mich- Wyoming Police are looking for a female suspect in a string of robberies in Wyoming. The latest one happened on Friday at the Cash Advance at 1044 28th Street SW. An employee of the store was assaulted in the parking lot as she was getting into her vehicle. The female suspect reportedly pushed the victim from behind and fled after obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect was last seen fleeing the scene in a two-door, “dusty maroon” Mazda.
Police are investigating four other robberies committed by a suspect with similar description: a tall white female in her mid-20’s to early 30’s, 5’9″-6’0″, medium build. Suspect wears a baggy t-shirt and black pants or jeans, large sunglasses, and a bandanna or scarf/hat combination to cover her hair, and white or black/white tennis shoes. She was also seen wearing a camouflage baseball hat with a blue bandanna underneath.
The first incident occurred at Dollar General, 919 36th St SW, on July 11th. The female suspect gave the store clerk a note asking for money and kept her hand in her pocket implying a weapon.
On July 13th, a similarly described female entered CVS Pharmacy at 5603 Byron Center Avenue SW. The suspect asked the clerk for money from the register while advising her that an armed suspect was waiting in the parking lot if she did not comply.
On July 15th, a female suspect entered Boost Mobile at 3900 S Division Avenue and demanded money from the register while displaying a container of pepper spray.
On July 17th, the female suspect entered Dollar General at 1055 Burton St SW and demanded money from the register while displaying a black handgun that was tucked in her waistband.
The vehicle involved is described Blue or green four-door, 1990’s style Buick or boxy Oldsmobile, loud rattling exhaust. A black male in his 30’s and a bald white male have been seen driving the getaway car at different times. In the most recent incident, the suspect fled in a “dusty maroon”, two-door Mazda.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Wyoming Police Department at 616-530-7300 or Silent Observer at 616-774-2345.
These are more pictures of the suspect.