Suspects Sought After Running Over Employee

Suspects Sought After Running Over Employee
Posted on 02/13/2019
Suspects Sought After Running Over EmployeeChino Police Investigators are seeking the public’s help with identifying three suspects involved in the robbery of a $10,000 bicycle that left a store employee hospitalized in critical condition. 

Yesterday, February 12, 2019, at approximately 4:17 p.m. the two male suspects entered Incycle (12345 Mountain Avenue), took a bike valued at $10,000, then fled in a GMC Sierra truck driven by a female. A 30-year-old female employee attempted to stop the suspects and was run over, suffering critical injuries to her head and torso.

Another employee and a witness tried to chase after the truck and followed it in a vehicle to the 12300 block of Central Avenue where the employee pulled the bike out of the back as the suspects sat in traffic. The truck then struck another car and fled westbound on Columbus Street.

Images and video of the suspects were captured on store and shopping center surveillance. They were also at the Incycle in San Dimas earlier that day, possibly casing the location. Suspect and vehicle descriptions are provided below, based on video and witness accounts. 

Suspect 1: white male, possibly in his 20’s, approximately 5’9” 190lbs with a full beard. He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, sunglasses, black Hollister hooded sweatshirt, ripped denim jeans, and black shoes.

Suspect 2: white or Hispanic male in his 20’s, approximately 5’11” 165lbs. He was last seen wearing a white and blue baseball cap, sunglasses, black jacket with a gray hood, red and blue flannel shirt, black pants, and black shoes with white lining.

Suspect 3 (driver): white female adult, thin build, short stature, light-colored hair worn in a bun and last seen wearing round frame sunglasses, a thick black hooded sweatshirt, and red lipstick.

Vehicle: blue-gray GMC Sierra truck with a black paper plate on the rear and chrome detailing on the sides, handles and mirrors. The rear driver door is missing the chrome trim. It is possibly a 2008 model.

The suspects may face charges that include robbery, felony hit and run, and attempted murder. 

The female victim remains hospitalized, and the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about the suspects or incident is asked to contact Detective Carrino immediately at (909) 334-3005 or

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