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Paterson Police Search for Robbery Suspects


PATERSON, NJ - On December 28th, 2015 an armed robbery occurred at 355 East Railway Ave. (Quicks Convenience Store). Two males entered the location with  a handgun and approached the cashier and demanded cash. The cashier then handed one of the suspects the drawer from the cash register. Both suspects then left the scene and ran onto East Railway Ave. towards Knickerbocker Ave. and then fled the area in a beige 4 door vehicle with a third suspect.

Anyone with information on this robbery or the above shown suspects are to contact Det. A. Petrazzuolo or Det. J. Maldonado of the Major Crimes Division.

The Major Crimes Division can be reached at 973-321-1120, 973-523-TIPS, or texted on our Paterson PD website.  All information received will kept confidential. 


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