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Madison Police Seeking Two in Attempted Armed Robbery


MADISON, NJ - Police are seeking two suspects in an attempted armed robbery on Feb. 21.

According to reports, at approximately 11:45 a.m. on Feb. 21, a dark-skinned Hispanic female in her 40s, about 5 feet, five inches tall and wearing a black coat, black hat and pink gloves entered a money transfer establishment located in the rear of Cook Plaza Lot. Police say she engaged in conversation with the victim, then left the store.

A few seconds later, a Hispanic male in his 30s, unknown height, entered the store and displayed a silver handgun in his left hand. He was wearing dark pants, dark shoes, a dark hooded sweatshirt under a tan jacket and dark gloves.

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Police say the suspect fled after being confronted by the victim, traveling west towards the Cook Avenue alley way.

The attached photos show the two suspectcs. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Lieutenant Dennis Lam at (973) 593-3012.

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