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Police search for armed robbery suspects

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Amarillo, Texas - The search continues for several suspects in an armed robbery of a west Amarillo gaming business. Police say it happened around 11:00 Wednesday night at The Game Room near Plains and Bell streets.
  
They say two of the suspects posed as customers and helped lure the owner out the front door then displayed handguns. Other suspects then went inside and took a file cabinet containing gift cards.APD says this crime may be connected to other robberies in or near similar businesses the same day.

 

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call Amarillo Police at 378-3038.www.police.amarillo.gov

 

 

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