Woman Suffers Major Injuries as Robbery Suspects Run Her Over While Fleeing

Woman Suffers Major Injuries as Robbery Suspects Run Her Over While Fleeing

CHINO, Calif. – A bike shop employee was severely injured after attempting to stop suspects who were stealing a bicycle.

On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at around 4:17 p.m., three suspects entered the Incycle Bikes, located at 12345 Mountain Avenue and stole a bike. The suspects put the bike in the truck they were driving and attempted to flee. An employee attempted to stop the suspects who continued on running her over, hitting another vehicle, then fleeing the scene. The employee sustained significant injuries and was transported to the hospital in critical condition.

◾️Suspect 1: white male, possibly in his 20’s, approx 5’9” 185-195lbs. Last seen wearing black baseball cap, sunglasses, black Hollister hooded sweatshirt, ripped denim jeans, and black shoes.

◾️Suspect 2: white or Hispanic male in his 20’s, and approx 5’11” 165lbs. Last seen wearing a white and blue baseball cap, sunglasses, a black jacket with a gray hood, a red and blue flannel shirt, black pants, and black shoes with a white lining.

◾️Suspect 3 (driver): white female adult, thin build, short stature, and brown hair worn in a bun. Last seen wearing round sunglasses, a thick black hooded sweatshirt, and red lipstick.

Authorities described the vehicle as a blueish gray GMC Sierra truck with black paper plate on the back and chrome detailing on the sides, with missing chrome trim on the left rear door. The surveillance shows the male suspects at the Chino and San Dimas Incycle stores. The suspects were at the San Dimas Store earlier the same day, possibly casing.

The employee, Megan, is now in stable condition suffering from a broken pelvis, a fractured foot, a fractured skull. Her injuries will take time to heal and her friends have started a Go Fund Me Account on her behalf to help assist her financially as she recovers.

If you have any information, please contact Detective Carrino at (909) 334–3005 or

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