St. George Police searching for suspects in multiple cases Monday
Dec 18, 2023, 9:05 PM | Updated: 9:07 pm
(St. George Police Facebook page)
ST. GEORGE, Utah — Authorities in St. George are searching for a suspect involved in a carjacking and a robbery and suspects in a different robbery following an active day of crime Monday.
According to the St. George Police Department, at approximately 1:30 p.m. it received a report of a robbery at a Wells Fargo ATM.
Today at approximately 1:30 PM the St. George 911 Communication Center received a report of a robbery at the Wells Fargo ATM located at 1218 South River Road.
Witnesses reported seeing multiple black males and one white female involved in the robbery.
— St George Police (@sgcitypoliceut) December 18, 2023
According to a post to X (formerly known as Twitter), a witness of the crime noticed two black men and a white woman at the scene.
The department is asking people in the Bloomington Hills area, specifically Sherman Dr., Sherman Circle and Fort Pierce to be on the lookout for these suspects and evidence of the robbery. They advise residence to check their side yards, garbage cans and sheds.
St. George Police looking for car jacking & jewelry store robbery suspect
In addition to the Wells Fargo robbery, police are also looking for a suspect in connection to a car jacking and robbery of a jewelry store Monday evening.
According to a post to X, police received a report of a car jacking with a gun at approximately 5:44 p.m.
2nd major incident:
At approximately 5:44 p.m. the St. George 911 Communications Center received a report of a Car Jacking. A male with a gun was successful in taking a vehicle and fleeing the area.
— St George Police (@sgcitypoliceut) December 19, 2023
Following this, police say, the suspect robbed a jewelry store located off 3500 East. He then crashed the stolen vehicle and continued to flee on foot.
Police describe the suspect in this case as a Hispanic male wearing all black clothing. They say he is armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information on either case can contact the St. George police department at 435-627-4300.