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Surveillance video of recent robbery

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Posted by: Channel 8 Eyewitness News
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UPDATE: Lincoln police received a call around 8:30 Tuesday night from a store employee at A's Stop and Shop on 27th and Dudley St.
The employee said two men wearing dark hoodies with their faces covered demanded cash from the register.
Police say one man had a shot gun. 

The following link has photos of the two possible suspects . If you recognize them, contact Crime Stoppers at (402) 475-3600.

http://www.lincolncrimestoppers.com/

Sgt. Chris Vigil says, "Some money was acquired by them and they ran on foot at this point the suspects are unknown and the investigation is on going."

As police continued their investigation they received a call of another robbery. This time it was at an amigos on Northwest 48th and West Huntington Avenue. Workers from the restaurant called Lincoln police and their manger after being robbed.

Officers say two males about 14–20 years–old went to the register. One had a gun and the other had a knife, demanding money. Police blocked off the streets surrounding the restaurant hoping to catch the two robbers.

The manger of Amigos says the robbery was scary and she wants other businesses to take time and train employees.

Jen Synovec said,"Just be safe you know if you're running a business.. Make sure you have the right safety measures with your employees in a case like this."

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Lincoln Police are responding to reports of a robbery at A's Stop N' Shop near 27th and Dudley in north Lincoln.

Scanner traffic indicates a man may have held up the store using a shot gun. Police appear to be setting up a perimeter in the area. They may be searching for a white man wearing a bandanna.

Then about a half hour after that, an Amigo's restaurant was robbed around 9 tonight in Air Park. 

Police say 2 Hispanic men came in, one with a gun and the other with a knife. They did get away.
 
The good news, no one was hurt in either case. Again, police are looking for the 4 suspects and we'll keep you updated.

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