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Childress residents robbed in Amarillo Tuesday night

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Amarillo - Amarillo police are searching for four men who they say robbed four Childress residents Tuesday night.

Police responded to a robbery call in the 1,400 block of West 8th Avenue in Amarillo where they found a 23-year old male bleeding from his head.

The victims, 3 men and 1 woman, say a silver Escalade followed their vehicle into the parking lot.

The Escalade reportedly stopped and the four suspects got out and confronted the victims.

One man struck the driver in the head with a handgun, then demanded money from everyone in the car.

The victims were able to get of the vehicle and run away.

None of the injuries were serious.

The suspects remain at large, and police describe the armed man as five foot seven, possibly wearing a red shirt.

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