Police Seek Fourth Suspect In Cary Robbery
Posted August 28, 2003
CARY, N.C. — Police have issued warrants against a fourth suspect in the armed robbery of a Cary jewelry store Wednesday.
Malcolm Jermaine Carry, 28, of Raleigh, remains on the run.
Cary police said Carry, and three others who were later apprehended, robbed Edwards Fine Jewelry & Diamonds on Kildaire Farm Road.
Police said Carry carjacked a Cary resident from the Seabrook Avenue area and had the victim drive him to a BP station near Spring Forest and Litchforld roads in north Raleigh. The victim said Carry exited the vehicle without harming him and left the scene in a Tri-City cab.
The owners of the jewelry store said they have recovered most of the merchandise from the robbery. The store was also open for business Thursday.
Police warn that Carry may be armed and dangerous. He is described as a black man, 5 feet nine inches tall, 190 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Carry faces numerous charges, including 1st Degree Kidnapping; Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill (3 counts); Attempted Murder (3 counts); Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon (2 counts); Going Armed to the Terror of the Public and Felony Larceny of a Motor Vehicle.
Cary police filed similar charges Wednesday against Carry's three accomplices.
Tracy Peterson, 23, and Craig Ryan Kirby, both of Raleigh, and Alex Samuel Folk, 30, of Smithfield are being held under $100 million bond each at the Wake County Public Safety Center in Raleigh.
Anyone with information may contact Crime Stoppers at (919) 226-2746, pressing option 3 for Cary or contact Lt. Barry Nickalson, Criminal Investigations, at (919) 469-4017.
Cary Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,500 for information leading to Carry's arrest.