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11/21/02

Lubbock Police Searching for Robbers

Three overnight robberies have Lubbock Police searching for suspects. The crime spree started at the He's Not Here Saloon at 3703 Avenue Q around 8:40 p.m. Tuesday night. Police say the robbers stole a man's wallet outside the bar at gunpoint.

Then, around 2:30 Wednesday morning, police say the same robbers pulled a gun on a man outside the El Rodeo Club in the 4200 block of Avenue Q. The suspects stole $300 in cash, a $250 money order, and a $100 silver watch.

Police believe these same men may have robbed a Pinocchio's Pizza delivery man sometime in between the bar incidents. The delivery man was trying to take a pizza to the Gatewood Apartments at 4403 Canton Avenue, when two men ran up to his car and pointed guns at his head.

The victims describe the suspects as black men, 18 to 20 years-old, 5' 11" tall and 160 pounds. If you have any information, you are urged to call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000 .

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