Update
April 3, 2019

 (Prince George, VA) – Arrests made in the armed robbery at the Comcast Customer Service Center 

After a tenacious, 7-month investigation, Prince George County detectives charged Ricky D. Taylor, age 36, of Hopewell, VA and Lynette E. Morse, age 33, of Prince George, VA.  These arrests stemmed from a reported armed robbery at the Comcast Customer Service Center located at 2033 E. Whitehill Road.  The incident occurred back on September 1, 2018 (original press release attached).  Both suspects are being held at the Henrico County Jail pending adjudication of the following offenses: 

Ricky D. Taylor:        
Armed robbery x2
Use of a firearm in the commission of a felony x4
 Abduction x2
Wearing masks in certain places
Possession of a firearm by convicted felon
Conspiracy x3 

Lynette E. Morse:      
Armed robbery x2
Use of firearm in the commission of a felony x4
 Abduction x2
Wear masks in certain places
Conspiracy x3


September 1, 2018 

(Prince George, VA) – Police Seek Identity of Robbery Suspect

 On September 1, 2018, at approximately 2:20 pm,  the Prince George County Police Department responded to an armed robbery at the Comcast Customer Service Center located at 2033 E. Whitehill Road. 

Two masked suspects approached two employees as they closed the business for the day and one of the offenders used a gun to force the employees back into the business. The offenders ordered the employees to open the safe. Both employees complied with demands and turned over the money in the safe. The employees were not harmed in this incident.

 The first suspect is described as a male, 5’9” to 6’ tall; wearing a black jacket, a Halloween style mask covering his face,  gloves, black pants and tennis shoes.  The second suspect is described as a female, 5’5” to 5’9” tall; wearing a black jacket, a Halloween style mask covering her face,  gloves, black pants and tennis shoes.

The suspects fled on foot possible getting into a silver in color pickup truck seen leaving the area. 

Police are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to call the Prince George Police Department at (804) 733-2773, or Crime Solvers at 733-2777 or you can send your tip using the new P3tips app.

See photos below.