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Police searching for suspect in Waterford Boost Mobile robbery

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26-year-old Zachery James Baker 26-year-old Zachery James Baker
2002 Dodge Durango (not actual vehicle) 2002 Dodge Durango (not actual vehicle)

Police are searching for 26-year-old Zachery James Baker. He is wanted in connection with a robbery at the Boost Mobile on Walton Blvd. in Waterford Township.

According to the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Baker entered the store just before 4:00 p.m. on Friday announcing a hold up. After forcing the owner to the back of the store with a handgun, Baker zip tied him to the bathroom sink and emptied the cash register.

Baker ran out the rear of Boost Mobile heading west toward the Pine Lake Apartments.

Police believe Baker is with his step father, 44-year-old Richard Scott Morris. The pair may be driving a 2002 black Dodge Durango with a handicap license plate - 6347G3.

Both men are described as white males. These individuals are considered armed and dangerous.

Contact Detective Novak of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office at (248)618-7515 or 
lnovak@twp.waterford.mi.us if you have any information.

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