CHICO, Calif. - The Chico Police Department is seeking a woman believed to be responsible for an armed robbery at a Chico hotel Wednesday night.
According to Chico police, officers were sent just before midnight to the 600 block of Main St., for a report of an armed robbery.
Officers found three men inside a hotel room with injuries to their face.
The men said an unknown woman armed with a handgun, physically assaulted and robbed them for their cell phones and an unknown amount of money.
An investigation revealed that Timarie Bell was the possible suspect.
Chico police said Bell has numerous contacts with the department and matched the description of the suspect provided by the male victims.
Bell’s whereabouts are unknown at this time and she is considered armed and dangerous.
If anyone has information call Chico police.
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