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WALB's Most Wanted: Winn-Dixie robbers

CAMILLA, GA (WALB) -

More than a year after two Camilla Winn-Dixie employees were tied up and robbed inside the store, the gunmen who pulled off the heist remain on the run.     

But police hope their sketches will help solve the case.

Investigators contend these crooks were smart and planned out this crime down to every small detail. But it's the details in these sketches that they have to go on.

A GBI sketch artist worked separately with the two victims who were closing the Winn-Dixie Dixie on US 19 the night of August 7th, 2011.

The robbers who dressed in camo, hid in the back of the store before surprising the unsuspecting clerks who were tied up with zip ties as the robbers emptied the safe.

They also had the forethought to swipe the stores surveillance system before hopping into a getaway car.

Without the video these sketches are thought to be very accurate and have proven so in the past.

As you can tell these guys are young and odds are they have bragged by now about the crime

The big question, where are they from? They could be locals they could be from out of state.

Despite some tips over the course of a year none of them have panned out.

But Camilla Police hope you recognize this pair as the Winn-Dixie Bandits become two of WALB's Most Wanted.

If you have any information give Camilla Police a call at 229-336-2238.

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