A couple leaving a Well Fargo bank in southeast Houston were robbed of their backpack and purse, they then decided to take matters into their own hands when the saw the suspect fleeing.
Video posted to social media by a witness shows the victims chase the suspect’s car and go into full demolition derby mode.
Two suspects then fled the vehicle on foot.
The driver of the suspect’s vehicle stayed but claimed he was carjacked.
HPD is investigating him as a suspect.
ABC13 reports that this Well Fargo bank off Almeda Genoa bank in SE Houston has been a crime hotspot:
"ABC13's records show this case is at least one of four robberies that happened at or near Wells Fargo at 10009 Almeda Genoa Road in southeast Houston.
Tuesday's incident happened just two and a half weeks after an 80-year-old man was pistol-whipped and beaten in broad daylight after withdrawing cash at the ATM at about 3 p.m…
The night before Garcia's attack, investigators said two men with guns robbed a group of people walking to their car in a commercial parking lot near the Wells Fargo at 9:54 p.m. One of them was holding a child in her hands.
On June 22, surveillance video showed a woman robbed at gunpoint after parking in her apartment complex around 5:30 p.m. They believe she was followed home after withdrawing cash at the same bank."