Man linked to 4 MD robberies arrested | News
LANDOVER, Md. (WUSA9) -- Prince George's County Police Department arrested a man who police say may be linked to four robberies in Landover this year.
Police arrested Daquan Douglas, 27, of Landover in connection with the robberies that happened between January 15 and February 2.
In each incident, the victims were walking in the area of Garrett Morgan Boulevard between 6 and 7 p.m. The investigation shows that the suspect went up to the victims, pulled out a weapon and demanded their property. Nobody was hurt in any of the incidents, authorities said.
A search warrant was executed at the suspect's home Thursday. Several items from the victims were found inside his home, police said.
Douglas was charged in May 2013 in connection with killing Michael Brown in Seat Pleasant during a home invasion, authorities said. Douglas was found not guilty in Brown's death.
Detectives would like to talk to any other potential victims. It's believed Douglas may have robbed other victims in the Landover area in recent months. Anyone with information on this suspect or these cases is urged to call our Regional Investigation Division – Central Region at 301-772-4425.