Lubbock Police are looking for three people suspected of robbing two Lubbock convenience stores on two separate occasions.
The first robbery involving one of the suspects, happened on April 11th at the Town and Country located at 3401 Clovis Road. According to the police report, a man showed the cashier a kitchen knife and demanded the money from the cash register. The man then left the store on foot. He is described as a Hispanic male, 5'7, weighing about 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue jean shirt and khaki pants.
The two other two men police are looking for robbed the EZ Mart at 2217 University on May 25th. Surveillance video shows the men using a silver handgun to rob the cashier. The two then left on foot with an unknown amount of cash. The bandits are both Hispanic men. One man, last seen wearing a white hood and yellow bandana, is described as 5'6, weighing about 180 pounds and the other man was last seen wearing a red shirt.
If you have any information concerning these men, police ask that you call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.