Boulder police release suspect sketch from bold laptop robbery
Police in Boulder are releasing the attached sketch of the suspect believed to be involved in a strong-arm laptop robbery last Wednesday, May 16, at Foolish Craig’s restaurant. Foolish Craig’s is located at 1611 Pearl St.
Around 9:35 p.m., a male patron was sitting at a table near the door of the restaurant facing the windows, which looked onto Pearl St. The patron told police that a black man entered the restaurant, approached the patron and wrapped his arm around the patron’s neck, shoving his head toward the table. The suspect then grabbed the Apple laptop the patron had been using, and fled the restaurant.
The male victim chased the suspect but lost sight of the suspect when he fell. The victim suffered some cuts and scrapes, but wasn’t seriously injured.
Several people called police to report the robbery, including a patron at Foolish Craig’s and others who saw the suspect running down the street with the computer.
The suspect is described as:
- A black male with very dark skin
- Between 22 and 24 years old
- Approximately 5’7” tall
- Thin build; 140 pounds
- Last seen wearing a red sweatshirt with a light-colored T-shirt underneath, with dark pants
The case number is 12-6609.