Friday, February 15, 2008
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Gwinnett Daily Post
SUGAR HILL - Gwinnett police are seeking public help in the hunt for three men suspected of robbing stores in Sugar Hill and Norcross.
Witnesses reported the three Hispanic men drove a late-model, blue Honda Civic with tinted windows and a tinted sunroof.
Victims said the men entered both stores with semi-automatic handguns during the January robberies and demanded all the money on site.
Investigators are trying to link the men to images captured by surveillance cameras, said Gwinnett police spokesman Officer David Schiralli.
The first robbery occurred Jan. 14 at a 6556 Buford Highway business in Norcross.
The second happened Jan. 19 at a convenience store at 4969 W. Broad St. in Sugar Hill.
Investigators urge anyone with information on the robberies to call Gwinnett police at 770-513-5300.