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7/26/08

Police Continue Search For Armed Robbers

Police continue their search for two men who broke-in, and robbed a north Lubbock family at gun point.  It's been one week since the victims say at least two men busted through the back door of their home in the 4800 Block of Grinnell, and threatened to shoot them.

Investigators say the robbers would have needed a car to move the stolen items, that included a 52-inch television. The robbers are described as two black males in their 20's. One suspect possibly has a goatee and is around 5'4" tall with a thin build.

The family now has a security system. They had that installed after the robbery.

If you can help police I.D. these men, or if you saw anything suspicious around 5:00 a.m. on July 19th, in the 4800 Block of Grinnell, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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