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Wichita Falls Police Search for Robbery Suspects

Wichita Falls, Texas – Wichita Falls Police are searching for two suspects that were involved in the aggravated robbery of the Exxon-Sprint 24 located in the 6600 block of Seymour Highway, at the intersection of Kell West and Southwest Parkway.

Police say they received a call around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday from a panic alarm at the Sprint 24. The clerk told officers that two men robbed him at gunpoint. The robbers took an undisclosed amount of cash, and then left the scene.

The suspects were described as one white male and one black male.

The white male was said to be wearing a blue New England Patriots hoodie, blue jeans, brown shoes and was wearing a white cloth over his face.  He was also said to be wielding a handgun.

The black male was said to be wearing a dark hoodie, dark shorts, white socks pulled up to the knee, black high top shoes and was also wearing a white cloth over his face.  He was said to be wielding a dark colored semiautomatic handgun.

Both men were wearing gloves, had their hoods pulled up and were described to be around 6 ft and 180 lbs.

If you have any information about this crime, call Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.

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