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Millbrook Police, CrimeStoppers Seek Information on Robbery in Walmart Parking Lot


100 Block of Kelley Boulevard

Millbrook, Alabama

Case: MBPD20-1120A

Millbrook Police Department



The Millbrook Police Department is currently seeking the identity of two males wanted for Armed Robbery. 

On November 10, 2020, at approximately 2:30 p.m., Millbrook Police Department responded to a report of a Robbery in the Walmart parking lot located at 145 Kelley Blvd, Millbrook Alabama.

The Victim stated that a Blue Ford Explorer possibly a mid to late 2000’s model, with light colored trim, occupied by two unknown black males, followed him from Target located at the Shops at Eastchase in Montgomery. While in the Walmart parking lot in Millbrook, the victim stated that two unknown males exited the vehicle and approached him. The driver then hit the victim over the head and brandished a pistol. The Offender then stole a new X-Box from the victim and fled the area prior to officer’s arrival.

One photo was available of one of the suspects, and attached here.

If you have any information regarding the identity of either suspect or their whereabouts, please immediately call the Police at 334-285-5639 or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

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Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Robbery Prevention Tips

•             Trust your instincts.  If you sense trouble, get away as soon as possible.

•             Show confidence.  Walk at a steady pace, keep your head up and avoid carrying lots of packages…It can make you look defenseless.

•             Don’t look like an easy target.  Robbers want someone who will provide the least resistance. If you look like you know where you are going, walk with your head up and eyes alert, you will most likely be left alone. Do not shop alone if possible. There is safety in numbers.

•             Be observant.

•             Remain alert and observe the people around you.  Know who is walking behind and in front of you. Things to watch for include suspicious persons or vehicles, people who are wearing inappropriate clothing for the weather (e.g. a long or heavy coat in warm weather), and people just loitering around.

•             Walk in well-lit areas. If possible, do not walk alone. 

•             Be aware of your surroundings. If you think you are being followed, go to a crowded area, Fire Station, Police Station…  Call Police if you believe you are being followed.

•             Do not carry large amounts of money.

•             Do not keep high value items in your vehicle as you shop from location to location.

•             Carry keys and cell phone in your hand.  Take photos of the suspects once you have a suspicion something is wrong.  Most phones allow you to save photos to the cloud or a web base storage. If your phone is taken, photos are secure.

If you observe suspicious persons or activities, call the police to investigate. If you are not the victim, the next person that’s not aware might be the target.

If You Are Robbed:

•             Remain calm.

•             Make personal safety the number one priority.  Money and property can be replaced. 

•             Carefully observe the physical characteristics of the robber.  Be a good witness. Note as much detail about the suspect(s) as possible.  (Age, race, height, facial hair, speech, clothing,  odor, etc.)

•             When it is safe, notify the police by calling 911.

•             Police dispatch will ask for the location of the robbery, whether anyone is injured, the exact time the robber(s) left and their direction of travel, the kind of weapon used, description of  the vehicle, the robber(s) description, their clothing, appearance or unique features, money or items taken, and other information to assist responding officers.

•             Ask any witnesses to stay until police arrive.  If they cannot stay, get their name, address and phone number. 

•             Write down all suspect information immediately and do not discuss the robbery with others until questioned by the police.  Comparing notes could cause memories to be skewed.