CHINO, Calif. – Three suspects who were captured on video surveillance robbing a Chino Incycle Store have been arrested.
Following the robbery on the afternoon of February 12, 2019, detectives have been investigating the incident that caused significant injuries to a female employee. The male suspects walked into the store located at 12345 Mountain Avenue and ran out with a bike valued at $10,000. The getaway vehicle, a GMC Sierra being driven by a female was waiting as they tossed the bike in the bed of the truck and jumped in.
The employee attempted to stop the suspects and the female suspect ran her over, causing major injuries to her head and torso. “Images and video of the suspects were captured on store and shopping center surveillance,” Chino Police officials said. “The suspects were also seen at the Incycle in San Dimas earlier that day, possibly casing the location.”
Detectives learned through investigation that the suspects were involved in similar burglaries in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The information developed leading to the identification and arrest of Ronald Wolfe, 20, of Frazier Park, Kyle Stewart, 27, of Taft, and Nichole Stewart, 23, of Taft. A search warrant was served at the Taft residence where they located the 2011 GMC Sierra, that was used during the commission of the crime. The vehicle was seized along with other evidence.
The female employee was hospitalized and has since been released. The three suspects were booked into the West Valley Detention Center for Robbery, Conspiracy, and Attempted Murder.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Carrino at (909) 334-3005 or email@example.com.
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