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Bryant PD releases video footage of Kum & Go robbery suspects

June 5, 2013

These are frames from the surveillance footage at Kum & Go in Bryant during a robbery last week.

Bryant police are still searching for suspects in an armed robbery that took place early Friday morning at Kum & Go on Reynolds Road.
Police received video surveillance footage today from the convenience store chain home office.
Police Chief Mark Kizer said it has been determined that the vehicle driven by the suspects was a Toyota Forerunner made between 1997 and 2001 and that one of the suspects was wearing a Joe T. Robinson sweatshirt.
The video shows the other suspect wearing a Nike sweatshirt during the robbery.
The clerk said the two suspects were male and white, and they both were wearing masks.
She told police the two entered the store about 4:30 a.m. One of the suspects pointed a gun at her, and the two demanded all the money from the cash register drawer, she said.
According to police, after the clerk complied, the two suspects fled the scened with an undisclosed amount of money.
The Bryant Police Department is following current leads, but anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to contact the Criminal Investigation Division at 501-943-0943, Sgt. Todd Crowson said.
Crowson said anyone who provides information has the option to remain anonymous.

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