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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Jamestown Police Continue Search For Murder Suspect

Keith Robbins is the subject of a massive manhunt that began after he allegedly shot his wife, Shari Robbins, early Thursday. Police said Robbins is armed and dangerous.
The Post-Journal

Keith Robbins is the subject of a massive manhunt that began after he allegedly shot his wife, Shari Robbins, early Thursday. Police said Robbins is armed and dangerous.

Keith Robbins is the subject of a massive manhunt that began after he allegedly shot his wife, Shari Robbins, early Thursday. Police said Robbins is armed and dangerous.

Jamestown police are continuing their search for Keith Robbins, 36, of Jamestown.

Robbins is wanted in connection with the shooting death of Shari Robbins on Prospect Street, Jamestown, around 9:04 a.m. Thursday.

While not yet confirmed by police, information provided by friends of the victim claim Shari Robbins was having domestic issues with Keith Robbins, which included a temporary order of protection leveled against the latter in 2009. Friends also claim Shari Robbins was using the church parking lot Thursday on her way to work — she was a certified nurses assistant — when she was fatally shot in the head.

Keith Robbins’ vehicle, a 2004 F-250 truck, was found parked on Woodworth Avenue on Thursday. Capt. Robert Samuelson said in a news release Friday investigators believe the vehicle was parked at that location before 9:30 a.m.

Investigators are seeking information from anyone who may have seen Robbins on Thursday or who may know his whereabouts today. Anyone with information can call Buffalo Crime Stoppers at 867-6161 and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Other information on the incident can be relayed directly to the Jamestown Police Department at 483-7537 or leave an anonymous tip at 483-8477.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

He'll be caught eventually, can't run forever, He did the crime, he'll pay for his time !!! *************

Anonymous said...

Hope he resists arrest