Tonawanda Police Need Your Help in Identifying Robbery Suspects! [Surveillance Pics]
Tonawanda Police are trying to I.D. the two suspects in the pictures below.
Here's the Direct New Story from The Buffalo News (www.buffalonews.com).
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.
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.