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Reward increased for information on two robbery suspects

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Amarillo, TX - The reward has increased for information on two suspects who robbed a convenience store at gunpoint.

Amarillo police are looking for two men who robbed the Toot-N-Totum store near 34th and Western last Tuesday.

Police say the two men hit the female employee then stole money from the cash drawer.

Amarillo Crime Stoppers normally offers 1,000 dollars and now Toot-N-Totum has raised the reward to 3,000 dollars.

Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.

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