Dearborn police asking for public’s help in two armed robbery investigations

capture-4    DEARBORN — The Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance regarding two on-going armed robbery investigations.

The first incident occurred about 2 a.m. April 12, 2015, when a white male entered Carter’s Hamburgers, 22990 W. Outer Drive, armed with a handgun. The man demanded cash from the register and once he took the money — about $140 — he fled the area.

He was described as between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall, wearing a black Carhartt skull cap, a black cloth covering his face, very light blue jeans and blue rubber gloves, a navy blue hoodie with the words “American Original” on the back along with an image of an American flag and Mickey Mouse.


Photos courtesy of the Dearborn Police Department Dearborn police are looking for a men who robbed Cherry Hill Pharmacy (top) June 25, and Carter’s Hamburgers April 12, 2015.

In the second incident, June 25, 2016, a black male armed with a handgun, entered Cherry Hill Pharmacy, 23100 Cherry Hill, and demanded money. The employee could not produce any cash, but the man stole numerous narcotics that were stored near the counter.

The man was described as black, 20 to 30 years old with a thin build and a sleeve tattoo on his right arm from his bicep to his wrist. During the robbery the man was wore a white long sleeve shirt, khaki cargo shorts and blue hat with the words “Detroit Pistons” written on the front.

“We are urging the public to come forward with information that will assist us in identifying the suspects in these cases,” Police Chief Ronald Haddad said.

The public is reminded that you can remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAK UP.