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Detectives Search for Masked Gunmen in Half Dozen Robberies
COLUMBUS (Kellie Hanna) -- Robbery detectives from the Columbus Division of Police are looking for several suspects who they say are behind a half dozen robberies around town.
The suspects are generally in a group of three to four, wearing Halloween masks, and at least one carries a handgun.
Three stores were robbed late Sunday night and into early Monday: the Cassidy Market, Grandma's Pizza Shop on Parsons Avenue, and the BP gas station on East. 17th Ave.
Two other robberies occurred Thursday, October 3, 2013.
No one has been injured in these robberies, but the clerks say they are afraid.
The robbers reportedly push the clerks to the ground at gunpoint, while another steals the cash register.
A clerk from Grandma's Pizza who is staying anonymous says, "One dude came around, pushed me down to the ground, put a gun to my head, told me not to move, and to open the safe. I told him I didn't know the number to the safe."
Police have no suspects, but they are reviewing surveillance video to see if there are any clues into who these suspects might be.