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March 15, 2006

Thomasville- Thomasville Convenience Stores are being targeted by a bold thief. Police believe the man robbed two stores Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The first holdup was at Flash Foods, the other at Quick Buys at Hansel and Smith Avenue this morning. Both clerks gave similar descriptions of the robber.

"The description of the suspect is a black male, tall, thin between the ages of 40 and 50 with facial hair," said Capt. Troy Rich, Thomasville Police.

Police say the robber claimed to have a gun in the first holdup. In both robberies, he grabbed cash out of the register and ran.

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