Lubbock Authorities Search For More Suspects In String Of Hotel Robberies - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/3/04

Lubbock Authorities Search For More Suspects In String Of Hotel Robberies

Lubbock Sheriff's Office Lubbock Sheriff's Office

One suspect is in custody, and now police have issued arrest warrants for two more in a recent string of Lubbock hotel and motel robberies.

The first suspect is 60-year-old Bobby Charles Shaw. He is described as a white man, with gray hair and blue eyes. He stands about 5 feet 7 inches tall. He weighs about 150 pounds.

The second suspect is 27-year-old Christopher Wayne Svrcek. He has blonde hair and blue eyes, he is about 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 170-pounds.

A third suspect is already in custody. 37-year-old Jarrod Todd Hollingsworth was arrested on Wednesday. He remains in the Lubbock County Jail. All three men are believed to be involved in the robbery of at least six Lubbock hotels and motels over the last three weeks.

Again, these two suspects are still at large. Both should be considered extremely dangerous and should not be approached. Instead, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000. Remember, callers can remain anonymous.

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