Police Searching for Hard Hat Wearing Robbery Suspects - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/20/07

Police Searching for Hard Hat Wearing Robbery Suspects

Source: LPD Source: LPD

Surveillance photos are now showing two hard hat wearing robbery suspects.

Lubbock Police released a photo Wednesday afternoon. It was taken Sunday at the Town and Country on West 19th Street.

Police say the man in the photo told the clerk he had a handgun under his shirt when he robbed the store. You can see he was wearing a white hard-hat.

And while police don't believe this robbery is connected to the Monday robbery at the Plains Capital Bank, that suspect was also wearing a hard-hat.

You can see by a surveillance photo, that the suspect used a gun to hold up the bank in the 4400 block of the Brownfield Highway.

If you recognize either of the men, call Crime Line. That number is (806) 741-1000

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