Surveillance Photos: Kinston police investigating pair of armed - WRBL

Surveillance Photos: Kinston police investigating pair of armed robberies

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KINSTON, N.C. - Police have released surveillance photos and video showing two suspects involved in one of the armed robberies in Kinston Sunday night.

The first happened at the Wok-N-Roll on North Herritage Street around 5:30 p.m. Police say two people robbed the restaurant at gunpoint.
    
About an hour later, armed robbers targeted the King's Barbeque on North Queen Street.

Surveillance video shows the two suspects walking inside the Wok-N-Roll restaurant.
    
Both restaurants were open at the time of the robberies, but no one was hurt.
    
Police are still investigating whether the two incidents are connected.

If you have any information on the identity of the men in the surveillance photos, contact police at (252) 939-4020.
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