Suspects Sought in Gaming Machine Larceny

Happened at a Convenience Store on Mechanicsville Turnpike

WRVA News
February 18, 2020 - 11:44 am
Richmond Police looking for three suspects who are accused of breaking into gaming machines at a convenience store (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)

(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)

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(RICHMOND, Va.) -- Richmond Police detectives need the public's help to identify the three individuals who are suspected of breaking into gaming machines at a business and stealing more than $3,000.

Between 12:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Monday, February 3, the suspects entered Stop & Go, a convenience store located at 1600 Mechanicsville Turnpike, and then spent time playing one of the gaming machines. They eventually used a key to open the machine and took out more than $3,000. The suspects then left together in a new model black Jeep Grand Cherokee, which they parked in front of the store.

  • Suspect 1: Last seen wearing white long sleeve shirt, white fitted cap with a logo, white pants and white & metallic gold Jordan 11 low-top sneakers.
  • Suspect 2: Last seen wearing black long sleeve shirt, red fitted cap with Philadelphia Phillies logo, dark denim jeans with patches on the front and brown & black UGG boots.
  • Suspect 3: Last seen wearing long sleeve black shirt, black skull cap, black pants and tan Timberland boots

Anyone with information about the identity of these suspects is asked to call First Precinct Detective K. Ford at (804) 646-0675 or contact Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000 or www.7801000.com. The P3 Tips Crime Stoppers app may also be used. All Crime Stopper methods are anonymous.

Richmond Police looking for three suspects who are accused of breaking into gaming machines at a convenience store (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
Richmond Police looking for three suspects who are accused of breaking into gaming machines at a convenience store (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
Richmond Police looking for the vehicle in connection with three suspects who are accused of breaking into gaming machines at a convenience store (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)