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Fitzgerald Police are looking for two armed robbery suspects

 Fitzgerald police are looking for two suspects who robbed a Dominos' pizza store. One of the robbers shot one of the employees who is  out of the hospital.

"The shorter suspect that was toting the hand gun actually struck someone actually working inside of the business."

 Detectives believe one of the suspects is Alexander Battle who they believe may have tried to rob someone else.

"Last night we had another incident occur where two black male suspects approached a vehicle and attempted to rob the people in the vehicle."

  Detectives are working to catch the two robbers they believe they did catch a big break during a search of a home this morning. 

 There they found the gun they believed was used during the Dominos robbery.

"At the residence we were able to recover the long gun that was used in the Dominoes robbery along with some other evidence that was found that was connected to that case."

  Detectives are glad to get the suspected holdup gun as evidence there top priority remains in catching the two robbers.

 They want them off the streets before someone else gets hurt.

 Detectives say these two men have no remorse.

"They have no care who they're dealing with."


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