Media Release 139- Metro PCS Robbery Suspect Sought After Warrants Issued
Metro PCS Robbery Suspect Sought After Warrants Issued
Birmingham Police Robbery detectives have positively identified the person they believe responsible for multiple robberies at Metro PCS locations around the city as well as Honey Baked Ham, and Boost Mobile.
The suspect has been identified as:
Myron Royal Jr., (51), B/M, of Birmingham, Alabama.
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office issued warrants for the following offenses:
Robbery 1st Degree X’s 6
Robbery 3 X’s 5
Bonds total $435,000.
If anyone knows the whereabouts call 911 immediately. We encourage the public to remain anonymous by dialing Crime Stoppers (205) 254-7777. Tipsters may receive a cash reward!
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Metro PCS Robbery Investigations
(Media Release 133)
The Birmingham Police Department reports detectives are conducting multiple robbery investigations at our local Metro PCS stores. Detectives requests assistance from the public in identifying a suspect in the attached photo.
Recently, BPD officers investigated multiple robberies at Metro PCS stores. We have provided the stores and dates of occurrence below:
06/15/2022 7911 Crestwood Boulevard
06/22/2022 7004 1st Avenue North
06/29/2022 9541 Parkway East
06/29/2022 2017 Avenue F
06/29/2022 3015 27th Street North
BPD Robbery detectives believe the same suspect has been involved in the robberies listed. The robbery offenses have ranged from “strong arm” to threats involving a deadly weapon.
If there is anyone with information on the identity of the suspect, we ask that they contact BPD Robbery Detectives at 205-254-1753 or remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777.
Anonymous tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers through the Birmingham Police Department’s Mobile App. Simply download the app and submit a tip. Updates will be provided as information becomes available. If the tip to Crime Stoppers leads to an arrest, Crime Stoppers will provide a cash reward.