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Biloxi police looking for gun-toting robbery suspects

(Photo source: Biloxi Police Department) (Photo source: Biloxi Police Department)
(Photo source: Biloxi Police Department) (Photo source: Biloxi Police Department)
(Photo source: Biloxi Police Department) (Photo source: Biloxi Police Department)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Biloxi police are working to identify two gun-toting armed robbery suspects accused of shooting a man after they robbed him over the weekend.

Sgt. O’Neil Adams said the attempted robbery happened Saturday around 1:30 a.m. in the 1100 block of Hwy. 90.

Adams said the suspects robbed a man at gunpoint and shot at the victim when he ran away. One bullet hit the victim in the leg.

Adams said the suspects drove away from the scene in a dark colored four-door car, likely a Chrysler 200, with tinted windows and black rims.

The suspects are wanted for armed robbery and aggravated assault.

If you have any information that could help investigators solve this case, please call the Biloxi Police Department at 228-435-6112 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-787-5898.

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