STANWOOD, Wash. — Police in Stanwood released surveillance footage of two armed robbery suspects who hit two stores overnight.
The first happened at a Little Caesar's pizza shop off 72nd Avenue Northwest.
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The second happened about 30 minutes later at the Lake Goodwin gas station about nine miles away.
Police are concerned the robbers could strike again.
Police say the suspects robbed the Little Caesar’s store at about 8 p.m. Monday. They demanded money while pointing a gun at store employees.
After they left the pizza shop, they drove to a Lake Goodwin gas station and robbed it at gunpoint less than an hour later.
Surveillance images are poor but police are hoping someone may recognize something about the suspects that may be familiar.
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