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Quintavious Moore Quintavious Moore
De'Angelo Stringer De'Angelo Stringer
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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

January 26 , 2009

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Two Thomasville men accused of stealing tips from a waitress on a break didn't make it very far.

20-year-old Quintavious Moore and 21-year-old De'Angelo Stringer were arrested Sunday night for armed robbery.

Rachel Cresay, an employee at Seminole Wind restaurant, says she went out back to smoke.

The two men came up to her and said they would shoot if she didn't hand over her money.

Deputies say the men didn't have a gun but made her believe they did.

Cresay got the tag number of the robbers' getaway car and called police.

No one was hurt.

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