On the above date and time Chico Police officers responded to the
area of W. 12th St.
and Ivy St. for a reported robbery with a firearm. Officers arrived and contacted a
male and female victim. The victims told officers they were walking to an apartment
when they were confronted by two males, not known to them. The suspects
demanded the male victim handover his wallet and cellular phone. During the
incident, the suspects brandished a firearm and threatened to the shoot the victims.
The male victim relinquished his wallet and cellular phone to the suspects who then
fled on foot.
The victims described the two suspects as a black male adult, mid 20’s, wearing a
white hooded sweatshirt and pants. The second suspect was described by the
victims as a light skinned Hispanic male adult, possibly a white male adult, wearing a
black hooded sweatshirt and pants. In addition, officers developed information that
the suspects may have left the location in a newer, white 4dr sedan, possibly a
Suspect 1: Black male adult, mid 20’s, wearing a white hooded sweatshirt and pants.
Suspect 2: Hispanic male adult, possibly a light skinned white male adult, wearing a
black hooded sweatshirt and pants.
The Chico Police Department takes all criminal activity serious
and will continue to
investigate this robbery. Anyone with information about the above vehicle or the
described suspects are encouraged to contact the Chico Police Department @ 530-
Supervisor: Sergeant Mark Bass
Watch Commander: M. Williams