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Police confirm Enterprise Street robbery drug related PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 13:31
Surveillance footage depicting possible suspects.
A video of two black males in the Offenhauer Towers residence hall at Bowling Green State University may depict possible suspects in Tuesday’s armed robbery in which three men made off with a small amount of marijuana.
“They committed an F-2 felony offense to grab a minor misdemeanor amount of marijuana,” said Maj. Tony Hetrick of Bowling Green Police Wednesday afternoon.
Hetrick confirmed that the robbery is drug-related, a status that had been tentatively suggested earlier today.
The video shows the unidentified subjects walking in a hallway; one is holding a towel to a cut on his forehead believed to have been sustained as he was fleeing the robbery.
Police are looking for a total of three black males believed to be involved in the 3 p.m. robbery at an apartment in the 500 block of North Enterprise Street.
The men ran northeast from the crime scene. Hetrick said that the suspects were armed with a handgun.
During investigation into the robbery, probable cause was developed against Timothy Sewell, 21, also a North Enterprise resident, and he was arrested on a charge of aggravated trafficking in drugs. He was taken to the Wood County jail, where he was still incarcerated this morning without bail.
Hetrick said that any potential connection Sewell may have to the robbery is yet to be determined.
Residents are advised not to confront the men depicted in the video if they know them, but to call the Bowling Green Police Division at 419-352-2571 or their local law enforcement agency.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 13:48

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