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Suspects in GameStop, Love Stuff robberies identified

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Authorities say, with the help of citizens who sent in tips, they have identified two females believed to be the suspects wanted in connection to two different robberies in the River Region.

The females are identified as Rozella Baniel and Xavier Moss.

On March 10, video security cameras captured two unknown females entering the Prattville GameStop. Video shows the females grabbing three game consoles and running out the door after the employee working the counter turns away to check on something.

On March 19, video captured two females entering the Love Stuff adult store in Montgomery where they stole several hundred dollars worth of merchandise.

Both crimes were featured on CrimeStoppers. Numerous tips were called in by viewers who identified the suspects from both crimes as Baniel and Moss.

Baniel has since surrendered to authorities. 

CrimeStoppers says it paid out the promised cash reward to the first caller who successfully identified the suspects.

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