Two suspected of robbing Burger King, Georgio’s Pizza at gunpoint

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CLEVELAND- Police are looking for two suspects who robbed a Burger King in Cleveland at gunpoint.

The robbery happened on March 13 at the fast-food restaurant on Denison Avenue near West 67th Street.

According to Cleveland police, one suspect jumped the counter, grabbed the manager and forced him to the register. The second suspect, who was wearing a white hospital mask, held the gun.

The robbers appear to be between 17 and 19 years old.

Police said they believe the same pair robbed the Georgio’s Pizza on Denison Avenue on Feb. 2. Those suspects were wearing the same clothes.

The Cleveland Police Second District said it’s unfortunate they do not have pictures of the suspects’ faces, but they hope someone will recognize the clothing. Anyone with information should call Det. Janet Murphy at 216-623-5218 or email her at

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Armed suspects rob Burger King

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