Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying and tracking down a man who held up a Lee County Walgreens right at closing time last Sunday evening.
Detectives say two store employees were at the front door, attempting to secure the store, located at 17065 Pine Ridge Road, for the evening, around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 17th. As they were doing so, an unidentified male, wearing a dark colored bandana to mask his face, stormed through the door and demanded cash.
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying two masked men who robbed a Lehigh Acres casino last night.
According to detectives, two masked men entered the Luxxor Games, located at 3096 Lee Boulevard, shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 26. One of the robbers pulled out a gun and fired a single shot into the air, while the other commanded everyone to lie on the floor. One of the suspects immediately went to the cashier demanding all the money in the till.
Robber grabs cash, makes dash out of convenience store
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help tracking down a man who robbed a man standing in line at a convenience store late Tuesday night.
According to detectives, the victim was waiting to pay for his purchases at the Circle K, located at 2170 Laurel Lane, North Fort Myers just before midnight on May 27th. As he pulled out his wallet, an unknown white male walked through the front door of the store, grabbed the victim’s cash, then fled the scene on foot, running northbound on McDaniel Drive.
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying an unknown suspect who held up the Dollar General in Lehigh Acres two weeks ago.
According to detectives, a tall, thin black male, donning a ski mask, entered the Gretchen Avenue store shortly before 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. He immediately approached the cashier, pointed a large black gun at her, and demanded cash. In fear for her life, the cashier complied, at which point the suspect quickly left the store on foot.
In an effort to find the men responsible for the recent rash of violent home invasion robberies in Collier County, the reward for information leading to the arrests of the men involved now stands at $26,000. $25,000 of that reward has come from numerous donors, with the remaining $1,000 allocated from Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers.
“As the days and weeks go by without an arrest, community members are bonding together to do whatever they can to help law enforcement apprehend these extremely violent criminals who are committing heinous acts,” said Trish Routte,
String of late night robberies believed to be related
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is seeking information on three separate robberies that occurred during the evening hours of Thursday, April 17th which all appear to be related. The first incident occurred shortly after 8 p.m. on the 2000 block of Williams Drive in Fort Myers. The victim stated that he was bringing his trash cans to the curb when his wife spotted a black male, brandishing a handgun, emerge from some nearby bushes and rush towards her husband. She yelled to her spouse to hurry up and get inside the house.
As of this morning, the enhanced reward for the apprehension of the suspects involved in the Collier County home invasions now stands at $12,500. All donors wish to remain anonymous. Of that $12,500, $11,500 has been allocated from private individuals and the other $1,000 is from Crime Stoppers.
Anyone with information on the identity and whereabouts of the suspects are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). All callers will remain anonymous and will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. Tips may also be made online at www.swflcrimestoppers.org or by
In the wake of five violent home invasion robberies in Collier County over the last two months, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers has established an enhanced reward fund for information leading to the arrests of the men responsible for these crimes.
At the request of residents from some of the affected communities in Collier County, a separate reward fund was opened this week by Crime Stoppers for anyone who wishes to contribute to the reward for the apprehension of the suspects.
Authorities are taking their investigation into identifying and apprehending the men responsible for the recent Waffle House robberies to the next level, with the FBI offering an additional $4,000 in reward money for information leading to the arrests and convictions of these violent felons. The FBI’s contribution is in addition to the $2,500 being offered by Waffle House, also for the arrests and convictions, and Crime Stoppers’ $1,000 for the arrests.
“Detectives from two counties, as well as members of the FBI, have tapped into every available resource, and spent