HOUSTON – The FBI is asking for help in finding a 33-year-old man charged in one robbery and suspected in another in Houston.
Dominic McCullough, 33, is a federal fugitive wanted by the FBI Houston Field Office. He’s considered armed and dangerous.
McCullough is charged in federal court in connection to the July 15, 2021, armed robbery of the Metro PCS store located at 3415 Orlando St. in north Houston. Authorities said in a news release that McCullough walked to the counter and demanded money from the employees at gunpoint. The FBI said he fired his gun into the floor, threatened customers at gunpoint, stole money from the cash registers and items from a customer’s purse. McCullough left the store on foot. The FBI said he was later positively identified and arrested by the Houston Police Department.
The FBI said on June 28, 2022, McCullough committed armed robbery at the Valero gas station located at 3118 E. Crosstimbers St. where he shot into the bulletproof glass at the store employee. McCullough ran away.
No one was physically injured in either armed robbery.
The FBI said McCullough is believed to be homeless, staying in Houston’s north side. Authorities added that he also has several outstanding warrants out of Harris County and one parole violation warrant. McCullough was federally indicted on June 29, 2022, in the Southern District of Texas for interference with commerce by robbery charges; and discharging of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence in connection to the Metro PCS case.
Dominic is approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing between 185 and 190 pounds. Anyone who knows where he is should call the FBI Houston Field Office at 713-693-5000.[ad_2]