DETROIT, MI – Two women are being sought after by Detroit Police after it is believed that they gunned down a 17-year old teenager on Detroit’s west side in a drive-by shooting.
Reginald Rose-Robinson and his friend were at a store in the 16600 block of Meyers on Friday, February 24th, 2017 at approximately 6:30 p.m.
Reports are that they encountered two women while they were at that business. One of those women believed that they were “disrespected”.
As Reginald and his friend were walking out of the store, a black SUV pulled up and someone inside of it opened fire shooting toward the pair. The shooter is believed to be a woman who looked to be in her 30s.
Reginald Rose-Robinson was hit by the gun fire. He died at the scene. His friend was not hurt.
Reginald was a student in the Garden City Public School District. Garden City Public Schools released the following statement:
“Garden City Public Schools is saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Cambridge student Reginald Rose-Robinson. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts.”
The Detroit Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating two persons of interest who may have information pertaining to a fatal shooting that occurred on the city’s west side.
On February 24, 2017 at approximately 6:20 p.m., a 17-year old male victim and his friend were walking in the area of Plymouth & Meyers when an unknown suspect riding inside of a black SUV fired shots, striking and fatally wounding the victim.
Investigators believes the two person of interests may have information about this crime.
The Person of Interests are described as:
Person of Interest #1 – Black female, light brown complexion, shoulder length black hair, wearing a black zip up jacket, burgundy top underneath, gray pants with black and white writing on the left side of the pants leg, and black and white gym shoes.
Person of Interest #2 – Black male, dark brown complexion, short black hair, wearing a blue zip-up hooded jacket, black pants and black shoes.
If anyone has information pertaining to this crime, please call Detroit Police Homicide Detectives at (313) 596-2260. Citizens can remain anonymous by leaving a tip on the app, DPDConnect.