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Most Wanted: Newton liquor store robbers

Two men held up J&M Liquors on August 14th Two men held up J&M Liquors on August 14th
The robbers were seen leaving in a possible 99-01' model Chevy Malibu The robbers were seen leaving in a possible 99-01' model Chevy Malibu
NEWTON, GA (WALB) -

The Baker County Sheriff's Office is looking for two men who robbed a Newton liquor store Monday afternoon. 

The pair held up J&M Liquors at the intersection of Highway 91 and Highway 37 was robbed around 1:10 p.m. .

One is described as a light skinned black man, about 5' 6" to 5' 8" with a light build wearing a black short sleeve shirt and light colored pants.

The other suspect is described as a dark skinned black man who is about 5' 10 to 6' tall with a light build, wearing a  light gray or light white long sleeve shirt and dark blue pants. Officials said it could be a wind suit or jogging pants.

The two could be traveling in a gray four-door sedan missing a hub cap on the front driver's side that could possibly be a 1999-2001 Chevrolet Malibu 

Deputies said the two men are armed and should be considered dangerous and could be connected to other robberies in Bainbridge and Grady County on Monday.

Anyone with any information on these individuals is urged to call the Baker County Sheriff's Office at (229) 734-3003 or your local law enforcement office.

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