DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – During September and October, nine robbery and aggravated assault offenses happened in or near the Oak Lawn community of Dallas. In every case, the victim was alone in a public place during the hours of darkness when he was attacked.READ MORE: Granbury Mayor Nin Hulett Resigns Following Felony DWI Arrest
Five of these offenses were reportedly committed by a group of two to four Hispanic males who knocked their victims to the ground and punched and kicked them while stealing their property. In one offense, the suspects struck the victim with a baseball bat causing serious bodily injury. In another offense the victim was stabbed. A white Ford van was reportedly used during the commission of one of the offenses.
Two offenses were reportedly committed by a single Black male who pointed a gun at his victims and stole their property. He is described as being between 28 to 30 years old, 5’10” in height, and weighing 150 pounds. In one offense he was wearing a yellow shirt and blue jeans and in the second he was wearing a gray shirt and black pants. There is no suspect vehicle information for this individual.READ MORE: North Texas Graduates Navigate Next Chapter Amid Pandemic Job Market
Two offenses were reportedly committed by one to three Black males who knocked their victims to the ground and punched and kicked them while stealing their property. One suspect is described as being between 18 to 20 years old, 5’8” in height, and weighing 150 pounds. The other two suspects are both described as 6’0” in height, weighing 185 pounds. There is no suspect vehicle information.
If you have any information regarding the suspects involved in these offenses please contact the Dallas Police Department Robbery Unit at 214.671.3584.MORE NEWS: North Texas School Districts Facing Possible Lawsuits Over Mask Policies
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