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Police search for fast-food robbers

On February 21, 2014 at 9:28 pm, two armed suspects entered a fast food restaurant located within the Royal City Center Mall in New Westminster. The lone clerk was directed to lie on the floor while the suspects stole over $2,000 dollars from the cash register. These suspects are believed to be responsible for over a dozen similar robberies in the Lower Mainland. The New Westminster Police are seeking assistance from the public to identify these two suspects. They are described as follows:  Suspect #1  East Indian male; Early 20’s; Clean shaven; Approximately six feet tall; Stocky build; and Wearing a black hoodie with “bad boys” written large gold letters. Photos of Suspect #1              Suspect # 2  Caucasian male; Clean shaven; Approximately six feet tall; Medium build; and Wearing a black hoodie and black track pants. Photos of Suspect #2  Anyone with information about this suspect in a robbery at the Royal City Centre Mall is asked to contact Det, Felipe Correa at 604-529-2495 or call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.  - NWPD
On February 21, 2014 at 9:28 pm, two armed suspects entered a fast food restaurant located within the Royal City Center Mall in New Westminster. The lone clerk was directed to lie on the floor while the suspects stole over $2,000 dollars from the cash register. These suspects are believed to be responsible for over a dozen similar robberies in the Lower Mainland. The New Westminster Police are seeking assistance from the public to identify these two suspects. They are described as follows: Suspect #1 East Indian male; Early 20’s; Clean shaven; Approximately six feet tall; Stocky build; and Wearing a black hoodie with “bad boys” written large gold letters. Photos of Suspect #1 Suspect # 2 Caucasian male; Clean shaven; Approximately six feet tall; Medium build; and Wearing a black hoodie and black track pants. Photos of Suspect #2 Anyone with information about this suspect in a robbery at the Royal City Centre Mall is asked to contact Det, Felipe Correa at 604-529-2495 or call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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New Westminster police are looking for two suspects believed to be responsible for more than a dozen robberies in the Lower Mainland.

The pair are suspected of robbing a fast food restaurant in the Royal City Centre Mall on February 21 around 9:30 p.m. The two armed men told the lone clerk to lie on the floor while they took more than $2,000 from the cash register.

Surveillance cameras caught their images, but police are still looking for them. One suspect is South Asian, in his early 20s, clean shaven, about six feet with a stocky build and wearing a black hoodie with "bad boys" in large gold letters. The second suspect is a clean-shaven Caucasian about the same height with medium build wearing a black hoodie and black track pants.

Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact Det. Felipe Correa at 604-529-2495 or call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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