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On 6-11-17 at 1233 hrs, Denny's management reported a subject entered the business and took money from the safe. Surveillance video shows the suspect is white or light-skinned male, about 6', thin, wearing black Nike high top shoes, grey sweatpants, black hoodie.

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The Quarters Apartments, Rochester, MN. Subjects are considered armed and dangerous. If you recognize anyone in attached video or have any information regarding this incident, please contact Rochester Police Department Inv. Weber at 507-328-6922 and reference incident #17-20165.

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Individuals stole credit cards from employees at local businesses and attempted to use credit cards throughout Rochester. Also this group distracted employees while taking money from register.

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Robbery of AT&T at 430 Crossroads Drive in Rochester, MN. Occurred August 23, 2016 at about 1230 pm, in a busy shopping center near a Highway that would lead to I-90.

Five suspects arrived together in a grey or silver Chevrolet Impala. They pulled around the rear of the store, then backed in to a parking spot in front of AT&T. There is no front plate on the car, and the rear plate is stolen TX plate GDW3527, which did not return through toll booths in Illinois. The driver did not exit the car.

The two males in the orange vests had the guns, and did most of the talking. One of them had a tattoo on the right or left side of his neck. The tattoo was a pair of red lips, and it was described as a poor quality tattoo without much detail. They were both young and thin, and an employee said they looked like brothers. They were in their 20’s or early 30’s. One of the men was wearing “painter’s pants” that were dark and covered in white paint.

The second two males were heavy set. They did not have guns, but did participate in the robbery. The male in the black tee shirt has a tattoo with writing on the back of his lower left arm. He appears to be shorter than the other suspects.

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On 11/28/2015 at about 0220 hours, the Holiday Gas Station at 919 37th Street NW was robbed. The clerk was beaten and had to be hospitalized. The suspect left a hooded sweatshirt north of the gas station when he fled on foot. He is described as a black male in his 20’s, about 6’ to 6’4” tall with a slender to medium build.   ICR#15-60022

If you have any information on this suspect, please call the Rochester Police Dept or submit an anonymous tip via Crimestoppers.  Thank you

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