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UPDATE: North Las Vegas police release photos of suspects accused of running over man after robbery

Posted at 11:58 AM, Sep 16, 2017

UPDATE SEPT. 28: Investigators have identified 38-year-old Michelle Maria Falus as the driver of the Jeep Grand Cherokee that struck the victim with the vehicle. 

Since this incident occurred, officers have located the Jeep.

Investigators have also identified the passenger of the Jeep as 43-year-old Larry Gray Junior.

Falus and Gray are believed to have fled to California and may be hiding in the southern or central California area. Arrest warrants have been issued for both subjects for murder with a deadly weapon and robbery with a deadly weapon.

UPDATE SEPT. 18: 13 Action News spoke with the clerk who tried to stop the suspect before the man ran outside.

The clerk tells us they noticed the suspect taking chips, burgers and soda and then walking outside. They tried to confront her and tell her to pay, but she took off.  

She says that's when the man ran outside in front of her and was then run over.

She says the man was a store regular they called "Cuba." He still hasn't been identified by the coroner.

North Las Vegas Police say the female suspect is still on the loose.


NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- Police say a good Samaritan was killed after trying to stop a woman who had stolen items from a convenience store.

The theft happened around 7 a.m. Saturday in the 300 block of West Lake Mead Boulevard, near Losee Road. 

Police say a man tried to stop the female suspect. She entered her Jeep Cherokee, hit the man with her vehicle, and drove off.

Arriving officers found the man lying in the parking lot. He later died at UMC Trauma.

Police say they're looking for a dark Jeep Grand Cherokee with California license plates. There was also another person in the vehicle with the suspect. 

The suspect was described as a heavy set white female adult with reddish blonde hair, last seen wearing a gray/black zip up sweater, blue jeans, black sandals and a black purse.

Officials also advise the public not to step in during crimes. They say being a good witness is the best thing to do in those situations.

The coroner will release the name and cause and manner of death after notification of next of kin.

Anyone with information is urged to call the North Las Vegas Police Department at 702-633-9111, or to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.