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Fort Worth police release video, search for 2 men accused of 4 armed robberies

Video shows man robbing a Fort Worth gas station at gunpoint

Fort Worth police are searching for two men accused of four armed robberies. Security footage shows one man armed with a gun demanding money from Quick Stop employees.
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Fort Worth police are searching for two men accused of four armed robberies. Security footage shows one man armed with a gun demanding money from Quick Stop employees.

After four armed robberies at Fort Worth auto part stores and gas stations, the Fort Worth Police Department has asked the public for help identifying suspects.

The robberies occurred between March 29 and April 16.

The first happened at around 10:30 p.m. at a Shall Station at 1401 Cooks Lane. The two men, who were dressed in dark hooded sweatshirts and black stocking masks, were armed with guns; one carried a small rifle and the other had a pistol. One man “stood guard” as the other man demanded money and held the employees at gunpoint. The robbers put the money in a black backpack and left, police said.

On March 31 at 8:50 p.m., the same men went to the O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on Mansfield Highway. Both men held the employees at gunpoint and demanded money, which was placed in a black backpack. They left the store in a late ‘90s or early ‘00s model silver car, possibly a Ford Taurus, police said.

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After three armed robberies at Fort Worth auto part stores and gas stations, the Fort Worth Police Department has asked the public for help identifying the suspects. Fort Worth Police Department Courtesy photo

On April 14 at 9 p.m., the same men attempted to enter the O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store at 7114 McCart Ave. The store was closed and witnesses saw the men pulling on the front door and one of them holding a small rifle, police said.

Two days later, at approximately 11:40 p.m., the same men entered the Quick Stop Food Mart, 3116 E. Belknap St. Armed with guns, the robbers demanded cash from a register. They left the store on foot.

Both men are approximately 6 feet tall and described as thin. Anyone who has information on these suspects or these robberies is asked to call 817-392-4377.

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