Suspects arrested in Bayside attempted armed robbery, one still wanted
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A man sitting in his car was approached by three men, one of which pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded the vehicle around 5:45 a.m. near Brown Deer and Port Washington roads Saturday, Oct. 10.
According to a Facebook post by the Bayside Police Department, the victim fled the area in his car and immediately called police.
A search of an area near a school resulted in the finding of a loaded semi-automatic handgun believed to be used in the attempted carjacking.
Two of the involved subjects were taken into custody.
Charges for the 17-year-old subject will be referred to circuit court. Charges for the 14-year-old subject will be referred to juvenile court.
Photographs of the third suspects was posted on the Bayside police department's page. The subject is described as a younger black man with a surgical mask, dreadlocks, and was last seen wearing a white shirt with baby blue sleeves and writing on the front, blue jeans, and brownish-red tennis shoes.
Anyone with information on the identity of this suspect is asked to call our department at 414-351-9900 and reference case #20-012964.
"Thanks to the quick work of officers, a perimeter was quickly established by Fox Point Police Department, River Hills Police Department, Glendale Police Department - Wisconsin & K9 Brix, Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office, and Wisconsin State Patrol," the Bayside Police Department wrote on Facebook.