Lubbock Police are still searching for a suspect in two Friday morning robberies. The first happened at the 7-11 at 2902 4th St. around 4:40 a.m. Police say the suspect walked in and demanded money from the store clerk and also took cigarettes.
The second robbery happened 30 minutes later at another 7-11 store on 26th St. and Avenue Q. Police describe the suspect as a hispanic male in his mid 20's. He stands about 5' 8" tall with a medium build. Police say that he was last seen getting into a dark colored car.
If you have an information that could help police, you are urged to call CrimeLine at (806) 741-1000.
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