Greenwich Police Release Pics of Suspects in Riverside Commons Robbery

Greenwich Police are attempting to identify the pictured suspects alleged to have committed the robbery at 1233 East Putnam Avenue (Riverside Commons parking lot) on 2-14-2021, Case Number 21-04081. 

The suspects threatened the use of a firearm and robbed the victim of his cell phone and credit card.  They fled the scene in the pictured vehicle, a 2018 Toyota Rav 4. 

The vehicle was stolen. 

A similar robbery was committed shortly after the Greenwich incident involving the same vehicle in Westport.

The Greenwich Police Department is requesting assistance.

If anyone has information that may assist in identifying the suspects, please contact us at 203-622-8004 24hrs or at our confidential tip lines, 203-622-3333 or email at [email protected]

Original story, Feb 15, 2021

Greenwich Police on Monday reported that on Sunday evening they received a report of a young adult who said he was robbed by two males in the Thruway Shopping Center parking lot (1233 E. Putnam Ave in Riverside) at approximately at 5:30pm. 

The suspects approached the victim as he was getting into his vehicle.  The males exited their vehicle and cornered the victim demanding him to give them his property. 

The victim was able to stall the suspects.  The victim did have his cellphone and credit card taken by the suspects. 

No one was physical hurt in this incident. 

The suspects mentioned a weapon but none was displayed.  The suspects were described as two black males approximately 5’7” tall. 

A third suspect never exited the car. 

This incident took place in the parking lot closer to East Putnam Ave, South of the CVS. 

An investigation is being conducted by the GPD Detective Division. 

The Greenwich Police Department is requiring assistance.  If anyone witnessed this incident or has information that my assist in identifying the suspects please contact police at 203-622-8004 24hrs, 203-622-8054, or Confidential Tip Line 203-622-3333; Confidential Email [email protected].  Reference Case Number 21-04081.