Lubbock Police search for two suspects in two separate crimes - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/4/09

Lubbock Police search for two suspects in two separate crimes

Wanted for Aggravated Robbery (LPD) Wanted for Aggravated Robbery (LPD)
Wanted for Theft (LPD) Wanted for Theft (LPD)

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock Police are looking for two suspects in two separate crimes. The first is wanted in connection with an armed robbery last week. 

A picture of the suspect was taken Thursday night at the Town and Country at 3401 Clovis Road. One suspect is already in jail, but police continue the search for this suspect.  This is the second suspect sought by police.

This picture right was taken at Sears, in the South Plains Mall, last Wednesday afternoon. A Hispanic man and woman stole several boxes of cologne and several items from the children's department. The woman has been caught, but the man remains on the loose.

The suspect is described as being heavily tattooed on his arms, neck, and chest. He was last seen in a white older model four door sedan. If you have any information regarding either suspect please call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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