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Oakland police are looking for two suspects who investigators believe are responsible for three armed robberies December 9, 2013

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Oakland police are looking for two suspects who investigators believe are responsible for three armed robberies in North Oakland early today. Police said one robbery occurred in the area of 66th and Raymond streets, near the Oakland-Berkeley border, another was in the 600 block of 63rd Street and the third was in the 600 block of 66th Street. Police didn’t disclose the times that the armed robberies occurred.

Police said the suspects used a 2009 black Toyota Venza LL, license plate number 6CDC832, that was stolen during a carjacking on Sunday. Police described one of the suspects, who allegedly was armed with a gun, as black male in his late teens, between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet with a thin build, and medium complexion. They said he was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and baggy clothing. Police said the only description they have of the other suspect, who allegedly was driving the carjacked vehicle, is that he is a black male.

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