Man, Woman Wanted For Methuen Armed Robberies
METHUEN (CBS) – Methuen Police are investigating two armed robberies that occurred days apart and have similar suspect descriptions.
The first robbery occurred on August 23 at Vinny’s Liquor Store at around 6:30 p.m. and the second was three days later at around 9 p.m. at the Pleasant Valley Superette on Merrimack Street, according to police.
They are searching for a man and woman in connection with both heists.
The Aug. 23 robbery was captured on surveillance cameras. During that incident, a man took an unknown amount of cash from the register after brandishing a knife at the clerk. The suspect then took off.
WATCH: SURVEILLANCE FOOTAGE OF THE AUG. 23 ROBBERY
The man is described as 6-feet tall, with a thin build, black hair, a small amount of facial hair, blue jeans, a black shirt and a black bandana covering his face, police said.
The second suspect, a female getaway driver, is described as dark-skinned, police said. She was driving a black car, but investigators did not identify the model of the car.
Anybody with information can call police at 978-983-8698.
WATCH: ANOTHER CAMERA ANGLE OF THE AUG. 23 ROBBERY
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