The Sheriff’s Department is seeking information regarding human remains that were located on 11/30/2012, in the hills approximately two miles south of the 45000 block of Highway 79 South, in the unincorporated area of Aguanga. The Coroner’s Office has given the possible description of the victim as a white or Hispanic male, 26-42 years old, 6’-1” to 6’-3”. The victim had injuries to the left side of his body that never healed properly due to the lack of medical attention. There were no clothing or personal items located.
Anyone with information of the possible identity of this person is encouraged to call Investigator Corey at the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Central Homicide Unit, at 951-955-2777 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Indio Police Detectives have been investigating three armed robberies and two attempt armed robberies that have occurred during the month of February. The suspect is described as a Hispanic or White male adult 25 to 35, 5’10” to 6’ tall, 170 to 190 pounds, facial hair, wears sunglasses, dark blue LA Dodgers cap and dark shirt/hoody sweatshirt with long sleeves. He shows a silver/chrome handgun.
This suspect has been determined to be the same suspect in all three armed robberies from security photos during the incidents.
The suspect committed his first armed robbery on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 4:04 p.m., at the Parkway Spirit and Market Store, 43-000 Golf Center Parkway.The suspect entered the store confronted the store clerk at the same time showing a handgun in his waistband and demands the money from the cash register. The store clerk complies with the suspect’s request and the suspect then leaves the store last seen on foot through parking lot with undisclosed amount of money.
In three of the incidents the suspect acts in the same manner for the exception in the two attempt robbery incidents where the suspect is unable to complete his actions and flees the scene. No person(s) have been hurt during any of the armed robbery or attempt robbery incidents.
The Detectives have been investigating the cases in hopes of identifying the suspect up to this point with negative results.
Indio Police Detectives have been in contact with the Palms Springs Police Department and the Coachella Police Department for robberies possibly committed in their areas by the same suspect. The Indio Police Department is asking for anyone who has information about the armed robbery suspect to call the Indio Police Department at (760) 391-4057, or call Coachella Valley Crime Stoppers at (760) 341-STOP with anonymous information.