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Bandits steal jewelry from Phoenix pawn shop

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Bandits enter Super Pawn on May 30. (Source: Silent Witness) Bandits enter Super Pawn on May 30. (Source: Silent Witness)
All the suspects were armed with handguns. (Source: Silent Witness) All the suspects were armed with handguns. (Source: Silent Witness)
They broke display cases and stole jewelry. (Source: Silent Witness) They broke display cases and stole jewelry. (Source: Silent Witness)
They escaped and police need help finding them. (Source: Silent Witness) They escaped and police need help finding them. (Source: Silent Witness)
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PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Police need help solving a nearly two-week-old armed robbery at a Phoenix pawn shop.

Four men armed with handguns and wearing bandanas over their faces held up the Super Pawn shop at 6500 W. Indian School Rd. on May 30.

One of the suspects wearing a red hat stood at the door and pointed a black handgun toward the employees.

The other three suspects entered, broke display cases and grabbed jewelry, police said.

The bandits ran westbound and got into a silver, Chevy Cavalier-type vehicle occupied by two additional suspects. The vehicle was last seen heading north on 67th Avenue.

The men were described as black and between the ages of 16 and 20. More complete descriptions from police were not available.    

People with any information should call Silent Witness at 480 WITNESS or toll free at 1-800-343-TIPS.

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