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5/18/04

Lubbock Police In Search Of Robbery Suspects

For the second time this week, another convenience store has been robbed in Lubbock.

Around 11pm Monday night Lubbock Police say a black man wearing a mask, entered the Kwik Stop at 59th and Avenue P. The man pointed a small pistol at the clerk and demanded money, then fled on foot.

Meanwhile, Lubbock Police are still looking for the man suspected of robbing the 7-11 at 27th and Avenue Q on Sunday Morning.

If you know anything about either of these robberies, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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