FORT WORTH — Police are looking for help to identify a group of men who may have committed up to 11 armed robberies in the past two weeks.Armed with a handgun and knives, the four robbers are targeting Hispanics and strike in the late evening or early morning, Fort Worth police say in a news release. They were driving a white older-model full-size sport utility vehicle. Three of the robberies occurred in west and south Fort Worth from late July 4 through early the next day. Police released surveillance photos Thursday of three of the suspects using a credit card stolen after the July 5 robberies.Police also issued brief descriptions of the suspects. All are black men in their late teens to early 20s. Suspect 1: A slender man who is 6-foot-2 to 6-foot-3 and has short hair. He was last seen wearing a white muscle shirt and camouflage shorts. Suspect 2: He is believed to be the getaway driver. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt, gray or dark blue shorts and sandals. Suspect 3: He was last seen wearing a white muscle shirt and maroon shorts. Suspect 4: He is 5-foot-10 with a heavy build. He was last seen wearing dark clothing.Anyone with information can call Detective Brian Raynsford of the Fort Worth police robbery unit, 817-392-4370, or Crime Stoppers, 817-469-8477.
Jessamy Brown, 817-390-7326 Twitter: @jessamybrown