4th armed robbery suspect turns himself in to Warren Police

Posted: 8:09 AM, Jun 19, 2019
Updated: 2019-06-19 09:26:28-04
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WARREN, Mich. (WXYZ) — UPDATE: The fourth armed robbery suspect has turned himself in to the Warren Police Department, according to officers.

Police tell 7 Action News reporter Ali Hoxie the suspect is 17 years old.

The manhunt is over, and residents can resume activity in the area.


Police are asking residents to stay indoors while a manhunt continues for an armed suspect in Warren.

Warren police responded to a 5:50 a.m. call of an armed robbery at the 8100 block of Prospect, a residential neighborhood.

A victim told police four men – all armed with masks on – approached him from behind.

All suspects attempted to speed off from the scene in a blue four-door vehicle when a short police chase began at 9 Mile and Hoover and ended at Timken Avenue.

All four men jumped out of the vehicle and began running. Police were able to apprehend three suspects – and recover one gun – but one man got away.

Right now, police are using a K-9 unit to search for this suspect. He is considered armed and dangerous, and neighbors are asked to stay indoors until the area is cleared.