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 July 3, 2007


Albany --  Albany Police need your help to get two suspected armed robbers off the streets. They're charged in three recent robberies, including one Saturday night at a convenience store on Moultrie Road.

Police say the suspects also robbed employees and customers at Three Squares Diner on East Oakridge Drive twice, once last week and again at 5:15 Monday morning.  

Albany Police took warrants on two suspects. Eighteen-year old Tea Jay Price is black,  5-10, 130 to 145 pounds. His last known address was in the 1300 block of Mobile Avenue.

They say his accomplice is a 16-year old who's name they won't release because of his age.

If you have any helpful information, call Crimestoppers at 436-TIPS.

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