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Durham police identify 2 of 3 robbery suspects

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Durham police identified the suspect in the red hoodie as De'rese Anderson. Durham police identified the suspect in the red hoodie as De'rese Anderson.
Quadele McCoy was identified by Durham police. Quadele McCoy was identified by Durham police.
DURHAM, N.C. -

Durham police investigators have identified two of three males who broke into a home in the Five Oaks community Jan. 22.

Police said the suspects stole several items including electronics, firearms and ammunition.

Three suspects were caught on camera during the robbery allowing investigators identified one as Quadele McCoy, 22, of Durham.

Police also identified the suspect in the red hoodie as 23-year-old De'rese Anderson. He is not in custody at this time.

McCoy, who has outstanding warrants for breaking and entering, is not in custody at this time, police said.

Anyone with information on McCoy's whereabouts or the identities of the two unknown males is asked to call Investigator J. Butler at (919) 475-2333 or CrimeStoppers at (919) 683-1200. CrimeStoppers pays cash rewards for information leading to arrests in felony cases and callers never have to identify themselves.

 

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