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Duncan Police Investigate Two More Early Morning Robberies

DUNCAN, Okla_

Duncan police are investigating a pair of early morning robberies they believe are connected to a third.

Police said around 3 a.m. Saturday, two masked individuals entered the Stripes gas station near 12th and Bois D'Arc where they demanded money from the clerk.

Police believe the same individuals also robbed a Loves Country Store on Main Street thirty minutes later.

Police believe the two robberies are connected to Wednesday's robbery of a Chisholm Corner store near Highway 81 and Plato Road.

Police said all three robberies happened around the same time and that the two individuals were wearing ski masks, gloves and hoodies.

Police are asking if you have any information to call Duncan Crime Stoppers at 580-252-4636 or the Duncan Police Department at 580-255-2112.

No arrests have been made--no one was injured.

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