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Three sought in Kroger bank robbery

12:31 PM Fri, May 04, 2007 |
Adrienne
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Harris County Sheriff’s deputies are trying to track down three suspects who robbed the bank inside a Kroger store Friday morning.

Investigators said three men in ski masks took the money from the bank at Woodforest and Beltway 8 in northeast Harris County.

The suspects took off in a silver pickup truck, dumped it and jumped into a red Honda.

If you have any information, please call police.

Police believe the truck was stolen because the steering column was broken.



8 Comments

Jerome said:

That’s some dum robers. Picture on the computer. Probably on that stuff.

Marisa said:

I think all the crime that is occuring is so ridiculous, when is somebody gonna step up and actually do something to help people in this city feel safer for them and their families? No more slaps on the hands let’s see some real punishment.

Jerome said:

You have to have your own guns. The cops only protect the nice areas anyways.

Anonymous said:

The minute that somebody steps up and does something to protect their city, neighborhood, family – whatever from crime – that person is going to get a huge penalty for doing so. Especially if it is a white man stepping up, or an asian stepping up, Quanell will be all over that citizen trying for stepping up.
You can’t win for losing…. Its a sad sad world.

Todd said:

The cops hate nice areas because people with money treat cops like crap. Why hang around the rich part of town, you think guys with million dollar houses are breaking into each others houses? Of course not, the crappy part of town is where people who make recurring bad decisions live. Wait around and something always jumps off on MLK Street. Funny, you never see Quannel in these areas fighting crime and dirty diapers, he only shows up when he can stir up anti-white hate.

JIM said:

The police can’t be everywhere. It’s time we provide our own protection. Make the bad guys think twice before messing around in your neighborhood…

Van said:

you want better police protection?? next time the issue comes up vote FOR higher city taxes. That’s where most of the money comes from to pay the police and fire departments. The men and women quit because other places pay more for less work and less stress. The voters in Houston have started a downward spiral in their city by continually rejecting tax rate increases and expecting the government to maintain the same level of service. Yes some of it is covered by growth of the tax base, but its not enough to cover the demands the people impose.

Anonymous said:

Van is right, I quit law enforcement because the money sucks, and I no longer had the desire to get my ass shot off for you people.


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