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Gulfport Police: Do you know these masked men?

Police trying to identify masked men. (Photo Source: Gulfport Police  Department Police trying to identify masked men. (Photo Source: Gulfport Police Department
Gulfport Police need your help to identify two suspects wanted in connection with the armed robbery of a Family Dollar located at 4400 West Railroad Street. Investigators said two employees told them as they were leaving the store on Monday evening after closing two masked, black men with handguns approached them, forced them back inside and told them to open the safe.

Police said the suspects ran away after stealing some money and cigarettes.

Police describe the two men as 25 to 45 years-old, wearing black "Morph-suit" type face masks, thick black gloves and black shoes. Officers went on to describe one of the suspects as wearing a black, flat bill baseball hat, black shirt and blue jeans and the other suspect was wearing a striped or plaid button up shirt wrapped around his head, a black shirt over a camo shirt and dark pants.

If you have any information on this case please call Gulfport Police at 228-868-5959 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-787-5898.

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