Boy robbed of jewelry at gunpoint within Urban Outfitters at Southpoint in Durham: warrant

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Durham police are investigating the armed robbery of a minimal inside…

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Durham police are investigating the armed robbery of a minimal inside a store at The Streets at Southpoint that transpired again in February, in accordance to a research warrant acquired by CBS 17 on Thursday.

The warrant, which was submitted previously this month, specifics the armed robbery that took position within Urban Outfitters on Feb. 11 just just after 6:30 p.m.

In accordance to court documents, a boy beneath the age of 18 was inside of the apparel retail store when two gentlemen walked in powering him and robbed him of his jewelry at gunpoint.

In comply with-up interviews with detectives, the boy explained his jewelry as “three substantial silver chains, two with gold pendants hooked up.”

He went on to say that the chains were being unique mainly because the pendants have been customized created. The target described a single pendant as a “rose gold medallion printed with the words and phrases ‘mulah gang’ and the other as a yellow gold pendant printed with ’30 Billion,’” according to the warrant.

The sufferer was equipped to describe the suspects and what they have been carrying at the time he was robbed. Investigators went to the retail outlet to pull surveillance online video and have been ready to see the suspects that the sufferer described.

According to the warrant, “The protection footage did not present any significant deviations from the account [the victim] gave of the robbery to both initial responding patrol officers and [the investigator].”

About a 7 days immediately after the robbery, the investigator spoke with the sufferer once more. For the duration of the discussion, the target said “he experienced located shots of two gentlemen sporting his stolen pendants” on social media and sent the shots to police, the warrant mentioned.

The shots, which have been from Instagram, confirmed a male sporting equally of the pendants and keeping what appeared to be a black semi-automatic handgun.

The investigator was also despatched a screengrab from a rap movie that was built by a community rapper demonstrating a heavyset male donning the significant “30 Billion” pendant during the video clip for the track “Blood on My Sneakers.”

According to the warrant, the investigator working the scenario forwarded the pictures to the Durham Law enforcement Department’s Gang Device who were being then ready to establish equally gentlemen wearing the chains and pendants in the images.

Court documents show that both equally males have a criminal record.

CBS 17 is not naming the gentlemen being investigated as suspects because neither has been billed with committing the armed theft.