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By: CICELY MITCHELL
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(credit: Houston Police Department)

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) On Tuesday, the Houston Police Department released surveillance photos of robbery suspects.

According to officials with HPD, the suspects are described as two black males, both about 5 feet 6 inches tall, both approximately 140 pounds and both having slim builds. HPD also stated that both of the men were armed and wore ski masks.

HPD provides details of the crime: “About 7 p.m. on December 3, two employees of AT&T were conducting work in the 6700 block of Westwick when they were approached by two unknown male suspects wearing ski masks and armed with weapons. One suspect pointed his weapon at the victims and demanded their phones and wallets while the other suspect remained near the rear of their vehicle as a lookout. The victims complied and the suspects then fled on foot to a nearby town-home complex.”

The victims of the crime reported their credit cards were used shortly after the incident at the Famous Foot Wear store at 2938 Eldridge. The stolen cards were also used for merchandise at a T. J. Maxx on Eldridge as well as a Bank of America drive-thu ATM.

“Anyone with information in this case or on the identities of the wanted suspects is urged to contact the HPD Robbery Division at 713-308-0700 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS”, added officials with HPD.

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