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Crime Trackers: PCSD needs help identifying dangerous suspects

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Pima County Sheriff's Department needs your help in identifying armed robbers.

The men clearly wanted to conceal their identity as one wore a white shirt over his head and the other wore a blue bandana.

The suspect wearing a blue bandana pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded cash.

The incident happened almost two weeks ago at a Circle K on Palo Verde near Drexel.

People who live and work in the area said this is one of the busiest Circle K's. When they learned it was robbed at gunpoint, they became alarmed.

John Webster, who works nearby, said the robbery could have happened while he was there. He said that is very concerning.

Sheriff’s officials said on Feb. 20 at around 11 p.m., two men walked into the Circle K. The man with a blue bandana used his gun to stand watch at the front door. His accomplice had a shirt over his head and made the store clerk open the cash register. The gunman pointed his weapon to hurry the clerk.

“They're armed. They're dangerous," Deputy Ryan Inglett said. "This is a very dangerous situation.”

He gave descriptions of the suspects. 

“The male standing by the door is a Hispanic male, about 5-feet-5-inches-tall with a thin build. Last seen with a bandana around his face, wearing a blue t-shirt and dark colored pants,” said Inglett.

Inglett said the other suspect is either white or Hispanic. He was wearing a gray or white baseball hat that said 'misfits' on it. He had a white t-shirt pulled up over his face. He is about 5-feet-6-inches-tall with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a dark colored t-shirt and dark colored pants. 

Webster said he wants the suspects arrested. 

“We don't want to see this going on regularly, said Webster. "This is a pretty well-frequented store by the people I work with.”

Detectives say they need your help to identify these suspects. If you have any information, you are urged to call 911. If you want to remain anonymous, call 88-CRIME. 

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