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JPD Looking for Weekend Robbery/Burglary Suspects

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - Jonesboro Police are looking for two men who they say broke into an apartment over the weekend and stole almost $3,000 at gunpoint.

Police say the men broke into the apartment on Stallings Lane Saturday morning and, as described by the victim, used a handgun to rob him. 

The suspects are a 6 foot tall black man who was wearing black shorts and a black shirt and a 5 feet 8 inch tall black man with gold teeth who was wearing a white shirt at the time of the alleged burglary.

Both men were seen leaving in a brown Buick LeSabre.

Both men could face charges of robbery, burglary and theft of $2,500 or more. 

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