Suspects from 7-11 Armed Robberies Still At Large

Lubbock Police are searching for suspects in a string of recent robberies in west Lubbock. Three different 7-11's were robbed in the last month, the latest just this morning at 34th and Frankford.
By Michaela MacDonald

LUBBOCK, TX -- Early Monday morning, Lubbock police responded to an aggravated robbery at the 7-11 on 34th and Frankford. It's the third robbery of a 7-11 in west Lubbock just in the past month.

"Are they related? Possibly, I can't say definitely yes they are, but yeah that is something we are absolutely looking into," said LPD Sgt. Jason Lewis.

Lewis says while they can't say if the robberies are related, there are similarities. Take a look at this side by side surveillance footage, one is from this morning, one is from November 12th.

"They were at 7-11s, suspect descriptions are similar you know some of the same kind of characteristics with the robberies are similar so that is something the detectives are looking at," said Lewis.

The suspects in all three robberies are two black males who were wearing hoodies and carrying pistols. Lewis says if you have any information, you can call Crime Line at 741-1000 to leave an anonymous tip.

"We always say call Crime Line we would love to put some Christmas money in someone's pocket, if they have seen something, if they've heard something, if they know something anything at all if they've witnessed something it is completely anonymous please give us a call," said Lewis.

Lewis says they are hoping to catch the suspects as soon as possible before anyone gets hurt.
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