A man was being evicted. 3 of the movers pulled guns and stole his TVs, police say

ATLANTA — Police say three members of a moving crew pulled a gun on a man who was being evicted pulled and took his televisions.

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Police said the victim was being evicted from a home on Angier Ave. on April 20.

Two Fulton County Marshalls sergeants were at the home with the moving crew when the victim came home.

The victim told officers that when the officers left, three men who were part of the moving crew approached him and said a “white man” said they could take whatever they want and pulled out a 9mm handgun.

Three TVs were already loaded into the victim’s truck, but the men unloaded them and put them into two other vehicles.

Police are still searching for the robbers, who sped away from the scene in a black SUV with a drive-out tag and a silver 2013 Ford F150 with Georgia tag number CSN7639.


Police have released photos of two of the three men involved. According to the Fulton County Marshall’s Office, the men work for WDS Eviction Services, which is run by Lorenza Willaims.

Williams identified two of the men as “Kilz” and “Von” and gave officers their phone numbers.

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The three men are facing charges of robbery with a weapon. Police are still working to identify the men.

Anyone with information can call the Crime Stoppers Atlanta tip line at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or give anonymous tips online at . Persons do not have to give their name or any identifying information to be eligible for the reward of up to $2,000 for the arrest and indictment of the suspect.

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