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Suffolk Police Looking For These Men After Armed Robbery
Suffolk Police have released pictures of two men they want to speak to after an armed robbery and attempted robbery in Suffolk last month.
There was an attempted robbery at around 7:10am in The Street, Badwell Ash, when two men armed with what was described as a pistol, entered the post office and demanded money from a member of staff.
He ran from the shop and the two men left after him without taking anything.
The second incident took place at around 7:35am at the post office in The Street, Stanton.
Two men entered the store armed with a small handgun and a hammer and stole £100 in cash, along with 200 cigarettes and some tobacco which they put in a white bag.
The robberies are also being linked to two further incidents involving vehicle crimes.
Police say the CCTV images are being issued with the primary purpose of displaying the clothing the suspects were wearing, the above descriptions of which have been amended from those previously publicised.
Acting Detective Inspector Ann Naylor, of Bury St Edmunds CID, said:
“Although these images do not provide us with facial shots of the suspects, they do give reasonably clear pictures of the clothes they were wearing, which may help to identify them."
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