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Armed robbery suspects on the run after hitting Dededo gameroom

Posted: May 17, 2018 2:49 PM Updated:

An armed robbery at a game room in Dededo Wednesday afternoon ends with the cashier in the hospital, and the suspects on the run from authorities.

Police say it happened around 2:20 pm at the Lucky Land Game Room along route 26. Two men, one armed with a stick, and the other with a black handgun rush into the facility demanding for all customers to leave. One suspect fired two shots at the cashier’s window demanding the victim to open the door. Authorities say that’s when one of the suspects attacked the cashier before the pair took off with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Both men were last seen leaving towards Latte Heights in an older model red Honda sedan.

 

The victim was rushed to GRMC to be treated for his injuries.

One of the suspect’s is described as being local with a medium build last seen wearing a black hoodie sweater with white logo prints on front and back, blue jeans and was armed with a black handgun. The other suspect is described as being local with a medium build last seen wearing a black long sleeve shirt with a cloth covering his face, brown pants and white sneakers and was armed with a stick.

Anyone with information is asked to call police or Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP.

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