Suspects Wanted for Center City Robbery of Female Temple Student

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PHILADEPHIA, PA – The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking to identify four black males who robbed a woman and fled in Center City this week.

According to police, on Thursday, at 11:00am, the victim, a Temple student, was on the 1600 block of Fontain Street when she was approached by four unknown black males. One of the suspects then demanded the victim’s belongings and after giving the suspect her wallet containing ID and credit/debit cards, the suspects fled the area. This group of individuals is believed to be responsible for several robberies in Center City and North Philadelphia areas.

  • Suspect Description:
    Suspect #1:
    Black male in his teens, medium build, wearing a “Nike” hooded jacket, dark pants and dark shoes.
    Suspect #2: Black male in his teens, medium build wearing a dark jacket over dark Muslim type clothing.
    Suspect #3: Black male in his teens thin build, wearing dark pants and light color Muslim type clothing.
    Suspect #4: Black male in his teens, thin build, wearing a dark hat dark jacket and light color pants.
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If you have any information about this crime or these suspects, please contact:
Central Detective Division:
215-686-3048
Det. Waring
Det. Callahan
DC 22-22-018641