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Report #15-153 – Homicide

On Sunday, 1/18/2015 at 11:44 PM, the victim Ned R. Booker was shot multiple times as he exited the AMC Theater located at 10465 Olive Blvd. in Creve Coeur, Missouri. Witnesses saw at least two or possibly three black makes exit a vehicle and run towards the victim as they fired several shots at him.  A red 2013 Ford F-150 was seen leaving the area at a high rate of speed after the shooting. The victim ultimately died of the injuries caused by the gunshots. Please contact Detective Tom Exline at 314-872-2544, or if you have any information about this crime. 

      

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Report #16-824 – Robbery First Degree

On 4/15/16 at 11:00pm, The Creve Coeur Police responded to a report of a robbery wherein a group of students were robbed after their vehicle broke down on South New Ballas near the Mercy Hospital campus. The suspects were described as a black male with a low hair cut in his twenties and a white male in his twenties who had a bald or shaved head with a patchy beard. The black male lifted his shirt to display a black handgun and demanded the victims give up their property. An iPhone 6, a Samsung Galaxy S4 and the victims’ wallets were stolen. The suspects left the area on foot however a possible suspect vehicle was later observed on Mercy Hospital security cameras. The vehicle is black in color and appears to be a Chrysler or Dodge product. Please contact Det. Tom Exline (314-872-2544) or
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Report #16-1921 – Stolen Auto

On Wednesday, 08/24/2016, around 6:00 P.M., a burgundy 2009 Chevy Malibu was stolen from the parking lot of the PetroMart gas station located at 767 N. New Ballas Road.  The victim had left the vehicle running in the parking lot while paying for an item inside.  At least two suspects entered the vehicle and fled south on N. New Ballas Rd.  The suspects were describes as two to three black males, two suspects had short hair on top, shaved on the sides and each had unique beards.  The beards were described as long on the chin, shaved on the cheeks, and short on the sides leading to the side burns.  The two suspects on video may be related and appear to be in their early 20's.  The vehicle was later recovered in St. Louis City.  Please contact Det. Schultz if you have any information or if you are able to identify the suspects pictured below, (314-872-2520) or

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