Dupont Circle Robbery Couple Sought

Surveillance Photos May Help Catch the Criminals

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    U.S. Park Police

    U.S. Park Police want you to take a close look at surveillance photos they hope will land two alleged robbers behind bars.

    A man and women, both about 35 years old, worked in tandem near Dupont Circle last month, officers said.

    The man hit a victim with a fake handgun in the park at 20th Street and Connecticut Avenue NW about 6 a.m. Feb. 18, police said. The woman then took off with a stolen credit card and bought food, gift cards and cell phones in the area of P Street between 14th and 17th streets.

    She was last seen driving what is believed to be a two-door white Mitsubishi Eclipse.

    If you have any information about this robbery, please call United States Park Police Criminal Investigations at 202-610-8730 or leave information on the tipline at 202-610-8737.

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