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Krystal attack suspect identified

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Police Department's Criminal Investigations Bureau would like the public's assistance locating Richard Cordero Lawless.

They have warrants for him for the robbery of the Krystal on North Slappey yesterday.                               

Albany Police say a light skinned male entered the restaurant demanding money, while waving a knife at the employees.

During the robbery, the suspect cut an employee on the arm, then ran away after snatching the register. 

Lawless is approximately 6'0" - 6'1" tall  and weighs 270-300lbs.

Anyone who has information regarding this person should call Crime Stoppers at (229) 436-TIPS or they can contact Investigations at (229) 878-3180.        

 

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