Elderly women robbed after choir practice; two suspects on the loose

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Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas
Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas
Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas
Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas
Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas Police are looking for two males who robbed four elderly women and used their credits cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues. By Jennifer Thomas

PHOENIX -- Phoenix police are looking for two suspects who robbed four elderly women and used their credit cards.

At approximately 9 p.m. on Oct. 28, four women were robbed at gunpoint while leaving church choir practice in the area of Dunlap and 19th avenues.

According to investigators, the two suspects took several personal items from the women's purses and threw one of the victims to the ground.

Officer Luis A. Samudio with the Phoenix Police Department said at approximately 9:45 p.m., the suspects began to use the victims' credit cards at several locations, including a Circle K store at 43rd and Maryland avenues.

The suspects were described as black males, 18 to 22 years old, 5 feet 10 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and 170 to 180 pounds. During the robbery they were both wearing all black clothing, including masks and gloves.

If anyone knows or recognizes these individuals or has any information about this crime, they are encouraged to call the Phoenix Police Violent Crimes Bureau at 602-262-6141 or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.