Washington, DC , police announced three arrests in connection with multiple armed kidnappings and thefts.
Police reported five kidnappings to Separate armed robbery of five different victims over four days last month. Suspects approached each victim at gunpoint late at night or early in the morning, forced them into vehicles, and ordered them to withdraw cash from nearby vending machines beforehand. to let them go.
"MPD reports that a third arrest has been made for several firearm kidnapping offenses that have taken place in the district. Thanks to the [FBI Washington Field Office] for their assistance to make DC safer with this arrest! "Washington police said in a tweet Thursday morning.
All three arrests were madeued between August 31 and September 7, according to a press release.
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The third and final suspect police officer arrested on September 7 was Taheed Ebron, 20, of Northeast DC, charged with kidnapping while armed.
In two separate cases at the end of August, Ebron and other suspects forced victims into their vehicles at gunpoint, drove them to ATMs, and drove them into their vehicles. forced them to withdraw money, forced them to give out their account information, then dropped the victims to secondary locations.
The second suspect police officer arrested on September 6 was Nathan Coleman , 28, from Northwest DC, charged with kidnapping duringarmed robbery and armed robbery.
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In three separate cases at the end of August, Coleman and other suspects have forced the victims into their vehicles using handguns, drove them to ATMs and forced them to withdraw money or provide personal and account information. Coleman and the other suspects then dropped off the victims at secondary locations.
In a fourth incident, Coleman and other suspects approached a victim and forced him to give money to him. 'money at gunpoint.
The first suspected police arrested was a 14-year-old man from southeastern DC, who has been charged with armed robbery. The teenager was one of the many suspectsinvolved in three separate incidents of armed robbery in northwestern D.C. in August. The suspects let the victims go after they took their belongings.
The city was unable to share photos or other information on the suspects with Fox News.
The cases remain under investigation, authorities say. Detectives from the
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the incidents of contact police at (202) 727-9099 or text information to 50411.
Fox News 'Stephanie Pagnones contributed to this report.