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Police Search for Suspects of Christmas Day Robberies

MISSOULA -

Police search for the suspects of not one, but two armed robberies in Missoula on Christmas day.

The first occurred around 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning at the Montana Lil's Casino on north Reserve.

Police say the suspect, who was last seen leaving the casino on foot, pointed a gun at the cashier before leaving with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Police describe the man as about six feet in height, wearing a light gray sweatshirt, black jacket and a gray bandana over his face. 

Much later on Christmas day, right before midnight, police say a man wearing all camouflage robbed the Brooks Street Motor Inn.

The man entered wearing all camo with a black face mask and carrying a camo back pack. The man is said to have blue eyes.

After pointing a gun at the attendant, the man was last seen leaving the hotel on foot heading westbound with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Police say while there is no piece of evidence linking the two crimes, they could be more than coincidence.

Anyone with any information can remain anonymous and is asked to call the Missoula Police Department at 552-6300 or CrimeStoppers at 721-4444.

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