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ARRESTED: Lori Jean Belbin

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Published on Jun 13, 2012

Westshore Pizza Robbery Update

Arrested Suspect: Lori Jean Belbin, W/F, 02/10/64 of 480 1/2 31 Avenue North

As a result of the media's airing yesterday of the surveillance camera footage taken during the armed robbery at Westshore Pizza on June 9th, detectives received several tips identifying Lori Jean Belbin as the suspect seen in the video.

A little after 10:00 am this morning, detectives located Belbin at her residence and took her into custody without incident. A search of her residence lead to the discovery of the distinctive clothing worn by Belbin during the robbery, but the firearm used was not recovered.

Belbin has been charge with one count of armed robbery and is currently being processed at the Pinellas County Jail.

Information released by Mike Puetz, 727-893-7550, michael.puetz@stpete.org

Original Release:

Robbery detective have released video of an armed robbery which occurred on June 9th at approximately 9:45 pm. at Westshore Pizza, 3187 4th Street North in St. Petersburg.

A lone female suspect entered the store and produced a handgun from her waistband. She pointed the gun at the clerk and demanded money from the register.

Once she had received the cash, the suspect exited the store, got on a dark colored mountain bike and was last seen riding west bound on 31st Avenue North.

The suspect is described as a middle aged white female, dark hair, approximately 5'6" tall with slender build. She was last seen with a red bandana on her head, dark rim glasses, wearing a grayish colored long sleeve shirt with what appears to be a long horned steer skull graphic on both the front (small) and back (large).

The video only depicts the suspect entering and leaving the store and not the actually robbery.

If anyone believes they have information concerning the identity of the suspect involved in this incident they are asked to call the St. Petersburg police Department at 727-893-7780 or callers may also utilize the TIP line at 727-892-5000.

Information released by Mike Puetz, 727-893-7550, michael.puetz@stpete.org

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