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Two Suspects Wanted for Strong Arm Robbery at MetroPCS in Lake Worth

According to police, the unknown female and male pictured entered MetroPCS with the intent to commit robbery when the female implied she had a weapon and threatened employees as she walked behind the counter and helped herself to two iPhone 11 Max Pro’s which retail between $999.00 to $1,449.00 each.

UPDATE: 12/30/2019 – One suspect is in custody from the robbery. According to the Palm Beach Sheriffs Office, on December 19, Faith Toykalisha Daniels, 45, was booked into the County Jail and is being held at the main detention center on a slew of charges including robbery with a firearm and grand theft.

LAKE WORTH, FL – Two suspects are wanted for allegedly stealing two cellular phones from a local MetroPCS store; police are releasing surveillance photos and are asking the community to help identify them.

According to the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office, the unknown female and male pictured entered the business with intent to commit robbery when the female implied she had a weapon and threatened employees as she walked behind the counter and helped herself to two iPhone 11 Max Pro’s which retail between $999.00 to $1,449.00 each.

According to police, the unknown female and male pictured entered MetroPCS with the intent to commit robbery when the female implied she had a weapon and threatened employees as she walked behind the counter and helped herself to two iPhone 11 Max Pro’s which retail between $999.00 to $1,449.00 each.

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The incident occurred on December 1, 2019 at 6:35 pm. The MetroPCS is located in the 1100 block of Lake Ave in the City of Lake Worth Beach.

According to police, the unknown female and male pictured entered MetroPCS with the intent to commit robbery when the female implied she had a weapon and threatened employees as she walked behind the counter and helped herself to two iPhone 11 Max Pro’s which retail between $999.00 to $1,449.00 each.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS or you can remain ANONYMOUS by downloading our new app “PBSO” for your Apple or Android Smart Phone and using the “See Something” feature. The app can also be downloaded from www.pbsoapp.com.

Faith Toykalisha Daniels, 45, was charged with robbery with a firearm and grand theft related to the incident on incident occurred on December 1, 2019. No information was released regarding the second subject seen in surveillance photos.

UPDATE: 12/30/2019 – One suspect is in custody from the robbery. According to the Palm Beach Sheriffs Office, on December 19, Faith Toykalisha Daniels, 45, was booked into the County Jail and is being held at the main detention center on a slew of charges including robbery with a firearm and grand theft.


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