Houston Robbery Suspect is Still on the Loose

HPD is in pursuit of a man who is accused of committing a series of robberies in the Greater Houston Area during the month of September.

Bryan Keith Milburn, 30, stole two firearms from a home in Pasadena on September 15. Police say he then entered a gas station on September 17 and made it seem like he wanted to purchase a pack of cigarettes. When the clerk’s back was turned, he allegedly pulled out a pistol and demanded money from the store’s cash register. On the next day, Milburn approached a customer who was pumping gas at station and flashed his pistol. The victim surrendered a wallet and keys to Milburn, who drove off in the victim’s 2003 Chevy Silverado.

Milburn is described as a white male who stands at 6 feet tall and weighs in at 240 lbs. He has multiple tattoos, including two teardrops under his right eye, the word ‘Angel’ on the right side of his neck and the name ‘Rhonda’ on the left side.

Anyone who has information regarding the suspect’s whereabouts are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

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