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Dallas Police Department
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January 30, 2014

Two Suspects Sought in Two 7-Eleven Offenses

The Dallas Police Department Robbery Unit is currently looking for two suspects who committed a theft and a robbery of two different 7-Eleven stores. 

The first offense is a theft that occurred at 2821 S. Walton Walker Boulevard on January 23, 2014, at 10:50 pm. One of the suspects entered the location and stole 30 cartons of cigarettes. The suspect also damaged shelves during this theft. This offense is documented on Case # 19177-B.

The second offense is an aggravated robbery occurred at 1919 Bryan Street on January 26, 2014 at 2:50 am.  In this offense, both suspects entered the location and suspect #1 asked to purchase cigarettes.  When the store clerk reached for the cigarettes, suspect #1 pulled out a knife, then hopped the counter pushing the clerk out of the way and grabbed an undetermined amount of money and cigarettes. Suspect #1 gave the property to suspect #2 and both suspects fled the location. This offense is documented on Case # 21056-B.

The two suspects were described as two Black males between 30-40 years old. Suspect #1 is 5’09,” weighing 200 lbs and unshaven.  Suspect #2 is about 6’01,” weighing 200 lbs. Both suspects were described as having a dark complexion.

The attached YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir4nY3lu9jQ    was captured during the theft offense. Below are also two pictures of the suspects.

If anyone recognizes these suspects or has any information, please contact the Crimes Against Persons Robbery Unit at 214-671-3638 or Crime Stoppers.

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