Suspects Wanted in Violent Internet Cafe Robberies

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NORTON– Police are releasing surveillance photos, in hopes of finding several suspects in connection with two robberies at the Copper Mine internet cafe, on Barber Road.

Norton police say one robbery happened September 30. The other in October.

In the September incident, police say three black males with firearms were involved. Several patrons were assaulted. By the time police arrived, the suspects were already gone.

In the October incident, police say witnesses reported two black males wearing ski masks walked in. One of the males ordered an employee to get on the ground. Witnesses report the other suspect asked another employee to give him all the money in the cash register. Police say the suspect hit the employee on the back of the head and took all the money.

Police are also looking for a female suspect who may be involved. They say she was seen running out of the door with the two males.

Police ask that if you have any information on these cases, please call Summit County Crimestoppers at (330) 434-2677.

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