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Police Search for Salisbury Man Connected to Laurel Assault

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Quandre Winder, 18, Salisbury (Photo: Laurel Police) Quandre Winder, 18, Salisbury (Photo: Laurel Police)

LAUREL, Del.- Laurel Police officers are looking for a Salisbury teen connected to a robbery and assault.

Police say a 17-year-old Delmar boy and 18-year-old Quandre Winder, of Salisbury, tried to rob a 22-year-old man as he was walking home on November 26th.

The victim told police the 17-year-old held a gun to his head while Winder assaulted him. Police say the victim was able to defend himself with a pocket knife, and he stabbed the 17-year-old. The two teens then ran away.

Police say they later found the 17-year-old boy at the Hollybrook Apartment Complex with a severe cut on his left arm. The boy first gave officers a fake name, but his real name was obtained when his mother arrived at the hospital.

The 17-year-old was arrested and charged with 1st-degree robbery with a weapon, 3rd- degree assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, providing a false statement to law enforcement officers with intent to delay or hinder felony investigation, and criminal impersonation. He was arraigned by JP Court #3 and committed to Stevenson House in Milford  in default of a $61,750 secured bond.

The Laurel Police Department have active warrants for Winder and are asking for the public's help in locating him. Winder lives in Salisbury, and is described as a black male, 18 years old, approximately 5'3" and about 140 lbs.

If you have information regarding the location of Suspect Quandre Winder please contact the Laurel Police Department at 302-875-2244 or call CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-TIP-3333 (800-847-3333).  Suspect Winder should be considered armed and dangerous.

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