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Livermore: Store employee robbed at gunpoint by three teenagers

Police seek public help in ID'ing robbers, release photos of suspects

Three teenagers robbed an employee at a Livermore ampm convenience store at gunpoint late Tuesday night, according to police.

The three male suspects, believed to be Hispanic or light-skinned in their mid-to-late teens, entered the store at 899 Rincon Ave. at 10:50 p.m. carrying handguns, police said. They demanded money, stole tobacco products and the clerk's cellular phone, then fled in a black, older-model Toyota Corolla four-door sedan onto Pine Street.

Detectives have released photos obtained from the store's surveillance cameras in hopes that someone will recognize any or all of the suspects.

Anyone with information on the case can contact Detective Tony Esquivel at 371-4756 or email mesquivel@cityoflivermore.net. Those wishing to remain anonymous can visit https://youandblue.org/LPD424/cases/am-pm-armed-robbery.

— Bay City News Service

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