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November 5, 2007

Valdosta - Police in Valdosta are searching for three men involved in two separate weekend robberies.

They are searching for one suspect who they say robbed this Sonic Restaurant on West Hill Avenue around midnight on Sunday.

They say he held up a cashier with a knife and took money from the register.

Just 10 minutes earlier, two other men armed with handguns robbed a man in his Woodstone Apartment.

Police say community tips is the best way to find and convict these criminals.  "We can get out here and work all day but the public that sees and knows something, we rely on them a great bit to let us know what's going on out there in the community," says Lt. Bobbi McGraw with the Valdosta Police.

They are asking anyone who has any information about these or any other crimes to call the Valdosta Police tip line at 229-293-3091.

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