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    Dallas Police Seek Aggravated Robbery Suspects

    Dallas police are looking for suspects in a string of aggravated robberies that have occurred at eight locations since Dec. 2. (Published Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018)

    Dallas police are looking for suspects in a string of aggravated robberies that have occurred at eight locations since Dec. 2.

    The alleged offenders are Latin males, 17-20 years old. Armed with handguns, the offenders approach victims as they are in their driveways and force them into their homes at gunpoint. They are driving a black Cadillac 4-door sedan and a gold pickup truck.

    Elena Juarez says she is among the victims.

    She said she had just gotten into her car last Tuesday morning on her way to work when a man knocked on her window using a gun.

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    Frightened, she opened the window and unlocked the car.

    She said another man was on the passenger side of her car and demanded she hand over her property.

    She said one of the men spoke to her in Spanish.

    The men, she said, got away with her backpack, cell phone even her packed lunch.

    The mother of two remembered the men repeatedly warning her not to look at them.

    She was unharmed.

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    The Dallas Police Department cautioned the community to be aware of their surroundings, arrive home during evening hours and report any suspicious activity to the police.

    Any information relating to these offenses can be forwarded to Detective Joshua Romero at (214) 671-3645 or Joshua.romero@dallascityhall.com.

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