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New surveillance video was released Tuesday by Phoenix police of two men wanted in connection with seven armed robberies in the past three months.
Police said they are hoping the public can help them identify the suspects.
The Phoenix Police Department and Silent Witness are offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect or suspects believed to be behind the pharmacy robberies in the Phoenix, Surprise and Scottsdale area.
The pair recently targeted small "mom and pop" pharmacies in broad daylight where they held up employees at gunpoint and demanded Oxycontin. Many times they would jump behind the counter and threaten the pharmacists.
The crimes occurred in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Surprise from July 22 to Oct. 21 of this year.
Here's a list of the robbery locations:
July 22 - Rosy's Pharmacy, 1111 East Northern Ave., Phoenix
Aug. 3 - Camelback Pharmacy, 4416 East Camelback Road, Phoenix
Oct. 8 - MG Pharmacy, 4025 West Bell Road, Phoenix
Oct. 10 - Arizona Pharmacy, 13991 West Grand Ave., Surprise
Oct. 16 - S&G Pharmacy, 3201 West Peoria Ave., Phoenix
Oct. 21 - Mack's Pharmacy, 3628 East Thomas Road, Phoenix
Oct. 21 - Civic Center Pharmacy, 7331 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale.
One of the suspects is a Hispanic man between 25 to 30 years old. He is 5'8" tall and weighs between 150 to 180 pounds.
The second suspect is a black man between 25 to 30 years old. He is 5'4" tall and weighs 140 pounds.
Anyone with information on the robbery suspects is urged to call Silent Witness.
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Wednesday, October 30 2013 9:22 AM EDT2013-10-30 13:22:12 GMT
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