Tonawanda Police are trying to I.D. the two suspects in the pictures below.

Frames from surveillance camera videos show armed robberies Aug. 2 and Sept. 12 at the 7-Eleven store on Lincoln Park Drive. (

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Town of Tonawanda police released surveillance video footage to the public from two separate armed robberies of a 7-Eleven convenience store on Lincoln Park Drive in hopes of tracking down the suspects.

The first robbery was Aug. 2 when two black men held the store up at gunpoint. The first suspect was wearing a gray hoodie and was seen holding the gun. He is about 5-feet-11, light-skinned and slender, police said. He may have a tattoo or birthmark near his left eye.

The second suspect, who jumped over the counter to grab cash, is 5-feet-8 with a darker complexion and dreadlocks. They may have been driving a blue sport utility vehicle or van.

On Sept. 12, a surveillance camera recorded another robber pulling out a rifle from his back waistband before demanding money from a clerk. He then fled on a bicycle. This suspect was described as a “stocky white male” in his late 20s or 30s with red hair and a full red beard. He was wearing a blue hoodie and sweatpants.

Anyone who knows of the suspects, or has information on the holdups, is asked to call the town police confidential tip line at 879-6606.