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GPD needs help finding robber

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The guam police department is asking for the community's help to identify the suspect of two armed robberies ar Barrigada gas stations. According to gpd spokesperson officer AJ Balajadia, police responded to a reported robbery at the tri-intersection shell  around three am on Sunday. There a man with a tshirt around his head was reportedly waving a black and silver colored pellet gun and demanded money from the register before he discharged the pellet gun into the alcohol bottles behind the register. 

He fled the station on foot in the direction of the fire station. 

On Wednesday morning Circle K Gas Station  across the street was also hit by a male individual with a black colored pistol who robbed the cashier. 

The male suspect is described as Possibly local, 5'7"-5'8", slim build at 130-150 pounds. During the crime he was wearing a gray sweat shirt, a hoodie with red stripes, black cargo shorts and black and white shoes.
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