Unsolved Crimes – Florida Robberies

Posted: July 30, 2012 in Unsolved In Florida
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Hart Home Invasion Robbery

On  06/12/2009, at approximately midnight, three armed suspects entered a residence  in the 100 block of South Roscoe    Blvd in Ponte Vedra.  The homeowner was in  her room watching television when two of the suspects entered and demanded that  she open the safe.  The victim complied with the demand and suspects  proceeded to load the contents into a camouflage duffle bag, which they had  brought with them.  The third suspect went room to room looking for  additional safes.  The suspects then bound the victim’s hands and feet.   The suspects were in the residence for approximately 18 minutes.  Prior to  exiting the residence, the suspects disabled the house phones.

The  suspects were described as white males.  One was very husky, approximately  5’11” – 6’0” tall.  The second suspect was about the same height, but  thinner.  The third suspect was about 5’4” – 5’7”.  All three  suspects were wearing masks and gloves.  No vehicle description is  available.  The suspects took cash, jewelry and firearms.

Anyone with any  information concerning the identity of these three suspects is asked to contact  Detective Lynda Mobley at the St.  Johns County Sheriff’s Office at 824-8304.  You can also remain anonymous  and possibly be eligible for a cash reward by calling CrimeStoppers at  1-888-227-8477.

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WACHOVIA BANK ROBBERY

09/15/07

The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a male subject wanted in   connection with a bank robbery from Saturday morning, 9/15/07. Deputies   responded to the bank (Wachovia) in the 400 block of S.R. 13 North (Julington   Creek) shortly after 11:00 a.m.
                            Witnesses stated that the man entered the   bank at 10:54 a.m. and waited for a customer before approaching the counter. The   suspect carried a black fanny pack type nylon bag and then brandished a black   handgun. He demanded all of the money from the teller’s station. An undetermined   amount of cash was turned over to the suspect who then fled out the door. It was   unknown if the suspect fled on foot or got into a vehicle.
                            The suspect   was described as a white male, between 30-50 years of age, 5’7”-5’9” tall, 200   pounds and was unshaven. He was wearing a dark colored polo shirt with vertical   stripes and a ball cap.
                            Anyone with any information concerning this   suspect is asked to contact Detective James Jackson at the St. Johns County   Sheriff’s Office at (904) 824-8304. You can remain anonymous and possibly be   eligible for a reward by calling CrimeStoppers at 1-(888) 277 TIPS (8477). Click here for suspect still images.

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SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE

On 05/26/2006, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office   responded to 1000 W. Pleasant Place in Julington Creek Plantation in reference   to a suspicious package. During the investigation, it was determined the package   contained an explosive device which was rendered safe by the St. Johns County   Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad. The package is believed to have been placed at the   residence on the night of 05/25/2006 or the morning of 05/26/2006. Several   persons of interest have been developed in the investigation, however no arrests   have been made. Crime Stoppers is currently offering a reward of up to $1,000.00   dollars for information leading to the arrest of persons responsible for   building and or placing the device.

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