CAPTURE UPDATE January 11, 2016 -- Corey Parker is being held on $1,000,000 bail after WMW tips to Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest identified him as the armed robbery suspect who held up a Baskin Robbins in Spokane. Detectives say Parker ordered an ice cream cone — then turned crook — demanding money from the register and threatening the worker that he had a gun. He is also charged with robbing Einstein bagels. He faces two counts of Robbery in the 2nd degree and 3 counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance. The second suspect in the ice cream store heist has not been identified. Parker is WMW Capture #715. FUGITIVES WANTED IN SPOKANE COUNTY December 4, 2015 -- Spokane County detectives are hoping you can tell them the names of these two ice cream store robbers. Surveillance video shows them trying to come off like customers at the start, walking into a Baskin-Robbins and going up to the counter, but the worker had to know something was up -- especially with how the second suspect was wearing his hoodie and holding it together so the worker couldn’t see his face. Detectives say the main suspect, whose face you can see really well, ordered an ice cream cone -- then turned crook -- demanding money from the register and threatening the worker that he had a gun. He grabbed the cash and both suspects took off on foot.
Detectives want you to take a really good look at the main suspect's mouth and how he talks, since they think he's missing teeth and that could be a good identifier for someone to recognize him. The second suspect's hoodie is unique with the word ‘Quicksilver" written in white, Olde English lettering on the front and right shoulder. Detectives think both suspects are white and in their 30's. If you can tell Spokane County detectives their names, call an anonymous tip into: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest. CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers