Dallas PD is seeking public’s help in locating the suspect accused of stealing five Amazon trucks since the start of the year
Dallas, TX – The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating the suspect believed to be responsible for stealing five Amazon trucks since the start of the year.
According to the department, they arrested a woman who was previously seen next to the man wanted for the robberies in one of the vehicle’s cameras during a robbery.
Dallas PD confirmed they know who the driver is, but they need the public’s help in locating him. The department added that it is not worth it to anyone who is attempting to help hide him.
The last out of the five incidents happened last Tuesday when the driver of the Amazon truck was given only her cell phone, but she lost her several-hundred-worth glasses, driver’s license and debit card.
The local police arrested the 42-year-old Nakemia Bryant over the weekend who was caught in one of the vehicle’s cameras. While she is already in custody and charged with robbery, the police are still looking for her partner in crime, also caught on camera.
Last week’s robbery was the fifth Amazon truck stolen since the start of the year. The first similar incident happened in January, one robbery was reported in February and three robberies were reported in March.
The police located the stolen trucks, but the $15,000 worth of product for deliveries was taken out of the trucks.
Once the other suspect is arrested, Dallas Police Major Elaine Page says the pair will also likely face charges for organized retail theft as their investigation continues. She says this is a good reminder for all drivers to always keep your keys with you, no matter how quick the stop.