[UPDATE] Woman Wanted in Robbery Spree

By: Danielle Sommerfeld, Lanetra Bennett Email
By: Danielle Sommerfeld, Lanetra Bennett Email

{UPDATE] 2-8 5:18 pm

Beginning last Friday, the Tallahassee Police Department investigated four robberies at various commercial locations along North Monroe Street. On Sunday, February 6 investigators released a surveillance photo from one of the robberies. An anonymous tip from Crime Stoppers led investigators to the home of 17 year-old Shawna Stuller.

Investigators found a palm print on the door of the Motel 8, which matched Stuller. Additionally, Stuller was identified by the victims at the Wachovia Bank and TCBY robberies. Stuller was arrested without incident at her home today at approximately 12:30PM.
The investigation is ongoing and additional charges may be pending.

Shawna Stuller, W/F, 10-25-93 CHARGES: Robbery With a Deadly Weapon (3 counts).


[UPDATE] 2-7 6:32pm by Lanetra Bennett

Tallahassee resident Travis Davis said, "Most of the time it be a black person like me."

But, Davis is not the suspect.

The suspect description in a robbery spree down North Monroe Street in Tallahassee is quite the opposite:

Female, white, thin, about five feet four inches tall.

Davis said, "That's surprising. I don't think that's something a woman should do at all. I don't think that's something nobody should do; not rob. You should get a job and work for what you want."

Police say the woman tried to rob someone at the ATM at Wachovia Bank around 10:30 Friday night.

About 30 minutes later, she held up the TCBY.

Then, around 6:00 Saturday morning, officers say the woman went into the Shell Gas Station near the interstate.

Kim Vickers works off of North Monroe Street. She said, "You don't usually expect a young woman with a gun pointing at you to do that. I'm already afraid to get out anyway, so, I'm always constantly looking around. Now, this is somebody I wouldn't even suspect."

Police say the fourth robbery happened across the street from Shell at the Super 8 Motel 44 minutes later.

Officers say the woman was seen wearing a pink hooded jacket, and a green hooded jacket, and may have been wearing pajama type pants.

Male or female, police say if someone's pointing a gun at you--always comply.

Police say the gun the woman carries appears to be real.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS (8477).


[UPDATE] 7:45pm- 2/6- Danielle Sommerfeld

A string of related robberies cause a stir over the weekend and the suspect is still on the loose.

Since Friday, Tallahassee police have responded to four reported robberies near the 2000 block of North Monroe Street.

The Robbery locations include Wachovia Bank, TCBY, a Shell gas station and a Super Motel 8.

The suspect is a white, thin, female about 5'4 and is reported to be armed with a hand gun.

She's also been describes as wearing pajama type pants and a pink or green hooded jacket.

If you have any information about these robberies please contact crime stoppers at 850.574.8477.

The following is a press release form TPD:

Since Friday, The Tallahassee Police Department has responded to four reported commercial robberies along North Monroe Street.

In each of the robberies the suspect is described as a white female armed with a handgun, During the robberies the female brandished the handgun and demanded cash.No one was injured during the robberies.


Friday, 10:30 PM, 1201 North Monroe Street (Wachovia)
The suspect attempted to facilitate a robbery while the victim was at an ATM.

Friday, 11:00 PM, 2530 North Monroe Street (TCBY).
Suspect entered the business and demanded cash at gunpoint.

Saturday, 6:00AM, 2828 North Monroe Street ( Shell Gas Station).
Suspect entered the business and demanded cash at gunpoint.

Saturday, 6:44PM, 2801 North Monroe Street (Super 8 Motel).
Suspect entered the business and demanded cash at gunpoint.

Suspect Description:

White female, thin build, 5'4, has been seen wearing a pink hooded jacket, and a green hooded jacket. Suspect may have been wearing pajama type pants.

Investigators believe the robberies are related. Anyone with information about these crimes is asked o contact the Tallahassee Police Department at (850) 891-4200 or Crime Stoppers at (850) 574-Tips (8477).

Remember, Crime Stoppers does not want your name, just information. You could be eligible for a cash reward.

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