Today’s Wanted Wednesday focuses on an Aggravated Robbery that occurred at 4251 Kimberly Parkway in Columbus OH on November 9th 2022.


Mr. Dominique Revall Dungey

Wanted Wednesday:

For Release: March 29,2023

Today’s Wanted Wednesday focuses on an Aggravated Robbery that occurred at 4251 Kimberly Parkway in Columbus OH on November 9th 2022.

On November 9th, 2022, at approximately 11:17pm, Mr. Youssouf Diaby was at the Dairy Mart at 4251 Kimberly Parkway, Columbus OH. Mr. Diaby was standing near the counter talking to one of the two clerks, Mr. Muhammad Nauman, when the suspect entered the store, walked to the cooler and took out some items then walked to the counter and told Mr. Diaby to “shut up” and was very aggressive and rude towards him. Mr. Diaby stated he was sorry, and did not mean to offend the suspect. According to Mr. Diaby the suspect appeared to be intoxicated and became turbulent and started yelling at. Mr. Diaby. Mr. Diaby stated the suspect then struck him. Mr. Diaby attempted to end the fight by leaving the store however the suspect followed him outside and continued to assault Mr. Diaby. A second suspect then joined the altercation. The suspect that started the fight then pulled out a handgun and demanded all of Mr. Diaby’s property. Mr. Diaby threw his wallet and cell phone on the ground, and it was picked up by the second suspect. Attached is a flyer with a photo of one of the suspects, Mr. Dominique Revall Dungey. The second suspect is Jeramiah Bryce Turner.

The investigating detective is Detective Bowman with Columbus Police Department.

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