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Do you recognize these men? Surrey RCMP seek armed robbery suspects

Surrey RCMP provided this composite photo of two suspects and a vehicle alleged to have been involved in an armed robbery on May 24, 2024. Surrey RCMP provided this composite photo of two suspects and a vehicle alleged to have been involved in an armed robbery on May 24, 2024.
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Mounties in Surrey have released photos of two men allegedly involved in an armed robbery last week.

On May 24, around 5:30 p.m. officers were called to the scene on 120 Street near 92 Avenue for a report of two masked, gun-wielding men who allegedly entered the business, took an employee's cellphone and fled.

"The investigation is ongoing and the investigative team is exploring a variety of potential motives as to why this crime occurred," Surrey RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Sarbjit K. Sangha said in a media release Thursday.

"We believe someone within the community may recognize the individuals responsible for this crime."

The first suspect is described as South Asian, standing approximately 6' tall with a slim build.

"During the incident, he was carrying a black long gun," according to police.

The second suspect is described as South Asian, standing 5'11" with a heavy build. He was armed with a grey handgun, authorities said.

The pair fled the scene in a dark grey Dodge Charger with B.C. plates.

Anyone who recognizes the suspects or the vehicle is urged to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502

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