State of Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security

 

Division of State Police

 

Superintendent Robert M. Coupe

Update #2 DSP News Release:  Friday, August 14, 2009- Update in WalMart Robbery from July 10th

 

Wilmington- Yesterday, August 13th, Webster Stayathome responded to Troop 6 and voluntarily turned himself.  He had seen himself depicted in the local media as being wanted.  He was charged with Robbery and ultimately committed to the Howard Young Correctional Facility in lieu of $3,000.00 secured bail.

 

Webster Stayathome

 

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Update #1 DSP News Release:  Tuesday, July 14, 2009- Update in WalMart Robbery from July 10th

 

Wilmington- Thanks to an anonymous tip received after this news release was shown by local media sources, the below depicted suspect has been identified as Webster Stayathome, 24, of Aronimink Drive in Newark, Delaware.   

 

Warrants are currently on file charging Mr. Stayathome with Robbery 2nd (felony).  Because Webster rarely stays at home, investigators have had difficulty locating him.  Anyone with information pertaining to this whereabouts is asked to contact Troopers at 302-633-5000 ext. 607.

 

 

Update #1 DSP News Release:  Tuesday, July 14, 2009- Update in WalMart Robbery from July 10th

 

Wilmington- Detectives from the State Police Robbery Squad have released the following surveillance photographs from the WalMart robbery which occurred on July 10th.  Anyone who may recognize this subject in the striped shirt is asked to call 302.834.2630 ext. 6 or Crime Stoppers at 1.800.TIP.3333.

 

 

 

 

Original DSP News Release:  Saturday, July 11, 2009 - State Police Probe a Pair of Robberies

 

Location of Incident: Walmart, 1251 Centerville Road, Wilmington

 

Date and Time of Occurrence: Friday, July 10, 2009 at approximately 12:21 p.m.

 

Suspect: White male, 20 to 25 years old, 5-04 to 5-06, 150-160 lbs., average build, wearing a black baseball cap and a black Polo style shirt with red, white, and black stripes.

 

Resume: In the early afternoon of Friday, State Troopers were called to the Walmart on Centerville Road for a report of a Robbery.  In this incident, a white male suspect entered the store and approached the customer service counter.  The suspect, who was holding a plastic bag, began to argue with the customer service representative about the bag.  The clerk, who at the time was counting money from a cash drawer, was startled when the male reached across the counter and forcibly removed the undisclosed amount of cash from her hands and ran out of the store.  It is unknown which direction the subject last seen fleeing

 

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