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11-0226

Strong arm robbery that occurred in the parking lot of CVS Pharmacy in the 9000 block of 350 highway.

On 02/17/11 at about 8:10 A.M. a 55 year old female was approached by a male suspect and an unknown gender suspect, both dressed in dark clothing.  The suspects pushed the victim to the ground and took her purse. The suspects left the scene, possibly in a silver car. The victim was not injured.

 11-0237

On 01/27/11 at about 9:20 PM a male suspect entered the Blockbuster Store, located in the 9000 block of 350 Highway.

The suspect was dressed in dark clothing and wore a black ski mask covering his face. The suspect approached a male employee behind the counter with his hand down the front of his pants, as though he had a weapon in his waistband.

The suspect demanded the money from the register. The employee gave the suspect the money from the register and the suspect fled on foot through the emergency entrance on the south side of the business. A weapon was not displayed, there were no shots fired and there were no injuries.

11-0258

01/29/11 around 8:00 PM officers were dispatched to Discount Smokes, in the 6200 block of Blue Ridge Blvd on a reported disturbance.

Upon arrival officers contacted a 34 year old male who said that a smaller male had approached him and began yelling at him. The smaller male tried to assault the victim, but the victim grabbed his arms. A second suspect tried to restrain the first suspect and then allegedly pulled a handgun and pointed it at the victim. Both suspects then drove away in a blue or green Ford or Mercury. There were no shots fired and no one was injured.

Burglary Suspects Caught

On 02/01/2011 at approximately 9:45 AM Raytown officers responded to a report of a burglary in progress in the 6500 block of Hardy. A neighbor had called the police and said that she saw a strange car in her neighbor’s driveway. The neighbor also saw several people walking out of her neighbor’s garage carrying what appeared to be guns. The people got into a dark grey or blue vehicle with no license plates and left south on Hardy. A Raytown officer in route to the call observed a blue Lexus with no license plates and containing several occupants. This information was relayed by radio to other Raytown officers who contacted the Lexus at 69th Street and Raytown Road. The officers conducted a car stop on the vehicle and contacted the occupants. As a result of that contact the driver and owner of the vehicle gave the officers consent to look in the car. The officers located several guns and some assorted jewelry in the trunk of the car. Other officers had arrived at the scene on Hardy and determined that a burglary had occurred. The owner of that residence was contacted and told the officers that several of his guns had been taken. The owner was brought to the scene of the car stop where he identified some of the guns as those taken from his residence. The occupants of the car, one female and five males, were arrested and brought to Raytown Police Headquarters where they are being held pending further investigation. These suspects may be involved in other burglaries under investigation. Names are not being released pending the filing of formal charges. A total of eleven firearms and assorted jewelry was recovered. The Raytown Police Department is grateful for the alertness and conscientiousness of the neighbor that called the police.

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