Robbery Suspect Still On the Loose In Travis County

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As December nears an end, the Austin Police Department is asking the local communities to identify a robbery suspect still roving the city streets.

Two South Austin businesses were robbed in November 2015 by an armed male suspect whose identity is still unknown. The man entered a business at 6303 Manchaca Road (Nov. 9) and a business at 1601 St. Elmo Road on (Nov. 10).[1] The robber left both businesses with cash.

A limited description of the suspect can be seen on security camera footage from one of the business. Details show that the man may be in his 30s, has a thin stature, and may be between 5 feet 8 inches and 6 feet tall. The APD also detailed a 1- to 2- inch scar or marking under his right eye.[2] The suspect may be “transient.”

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photo, Austin Police Department

If you have information regarding these robberies, the Austin Police Department urges you to contact their Robbery Unit at 512-974-5270 or Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or text “Tip 103″ plus the message to CRIMES.

Robbery is a serious criminal offense that can land the accused party in jail for a very long time. If someone you know has been arrested for theft crimes in Travis County, call Freedom Bail Bonds at (512)481-0000 to get answers. If you are outside the Travis County area and still need answers, please call our toll free line 1-(800)-766-7002. Our licensed bail bond agents in Austin, TX will be happy to help you. We’re here to answer your questions about getting a Travis County jail bail bond.