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Crimestoppers: JPD looking for robbery suspects

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Another armed robbery happened at a Jonesboro convenience store Tuesday.

Now, the Jonesboro Police Department and Crimestoppers are getting tired of people putting guns in people's faces.

The most recent robbery happened early Tuesday morning at the Kum and Go on Johnson near Arkansas State University.

No pictures of the suspects have been released yet, but witnesses described one suspect as 6' and the other around 5'6" with three scratches under his left eye.

It was just 2 months ago that this same store was robbed.

Anyone with information on this robbery is urged to call Crimestoppers at 935-STOP. 

This week on Warrant Watch,  it's "Say Goodnight, Gracie.”

Gracie Plunkett made the Warrant Watch roll call.

She is sitting with 10 warrants right now. Eight of those are for failure to appear.

Bertrell Randle has 15 warrants. They are all for contempt of court.

If you can lead police to Bertrell Randle or Gracie Plunkett, it's worth money.

Call in that tip to Crimestoppers, or you can text it.

Take your iPhone or Android phone and type in 274637, or type in the word "CRIMES" if your phone can do that.

Then, in the message, type in 935stop as one word, followed by your tip.

Hit send and you'll get a message back from crimestoppers with your anonymous tip number.

This is yours to keep for any future reward. 

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