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Taylor Convenience Store Robbery

Amarillo TX - Amarillo police say a man robbed the Taylor's in the 1900 block of South Bell around 2:45 am this morning.

The man is described as a hispanic male, about 20 to 30 years old, and about 5' 8".

He was last seen wearing dark clothing, a blue rag around his face, and acting as if he was armed.

Authorities tell us this tallies closely with the descriptions in yesterday's robberies but police haven't yet confirmed the same man is responsible.

 

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