HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Police hope tips from the community will lead to the arrest of at least two juvenile suspects after a string of robberies near a Houston high school.
The robberies occurred between October 23 and November 10 between 6 and 10pm on the track near Davis High School at 1101 Quitman Road.
Investigators say the robbery victims were all running or walking on the track when they were approached by two or three black males.
In one incident, the victim says as many as six juvenile suspects and an adult female were involved in the attack.
In the latest incident, the suspects told the victim to sit on the tracks before stealing their phone, house and car keys. They fled the scene in the victim's vehicle.
The suspects, however, have acted out in violence, punching, kicking and beating other victims before stealing their phones, keys and even a white Ford Expedition.
Police say the first suspect is described as a young black male, last seen wearing blue jeans, light blue jacket, and an unknown colored hat.
The second suspect is described as a young black male wearing blue jeans, a white collared shirt with dark stripes.
A $5,000 reward is offered for tips that lead to their charging or arrest. You may make an anonymous tip by calling 713-222-TIPS or submitting the tip online here.
Reward offered for juvenile robbery suspects near Davis HS