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Police search for armed robbers who wounded 1 employee and shot at 2 in Fort Worth

Police are looking for three armed bandits who are suspects in as many as eight robberies in Fort Worth in the past 30 days.

The three men walked into a Quick Stop Food Mart in the 3400 block of East Belknap Street about 9:30 on April 16, and surveillance footage shows one of the men demanding money, according to police. Approximately $1,000 in cash was reported taken, according to the police report.

The robbers are believed to be between 20 to 30 years old. They are believed to have shot at two different employees and seriously wounded a third, police said. The men are armed and dangerous, police said.

The same men are believed to have been involved in robberies at the following locations, police said:

  • A store in the 1400 block of Cooks Lane where more than $500 in cash was taken on March 29;
  • O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on Mansfield Highway on March 31.

  • O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store at 7114 McCart Ave. on April 14.

  • A Circle K convenience store in the 6700 block of Crowley Road where more than $145 was taken on April 17;
  • A Shell gas station in the 5800 block of East Berry Street where more than $4,000 in cash was taken on April 18;
  • An establishment in the 1100 block of East Seminary Drive where more than $5,000 was taken on Tuesday;
  • A business establishment in the 5400 block of Brentwood Stair Road where an unknown amount of money was taken on Friday. The call came in as a shooting call, according to the police report.

Police released surveillance video of one of the robberies and asked for the public to call if they recognize the masked man’s voice.

Anyone with information on these robbers is asked to call 817-392-4469.

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