February 06, 2022
SEPTA transit police are seeking the public's help in identifying a male suspect wanted for questioning in connection with three armed robberies that took place on multiple platforms throughout the day on Saturday, Feb. 5.
Two other male suspects who were wanted for questioning were already found by SEPTA transit police. No injuries have been reported, SEPTA transit police say.
Transit police say that the suspect held someone up at gunpoint and demanded money.
A similar incident happened shortly after 9 p.m. at 30th St. station on the Market-Frankford Line. A third incident occurred in the same place, where two people were forced to withdraw money from an ATM at gunpoint.
The suspect, pictured below, fled in an unknown direction following the last incident.
These incidents are just a few of several gun-involved incidents that have occurred in SEPTA stations over the last few weeks. On Jan. 28, a man pulled out a gun during an argument just after midnight in City Hall station, SEPTA transit police say. A gun was pulled out in the City Hall station the previous night as well.
Anyone with information about this suspect should call SEPTA Transit Police at (215) 580-8111.