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2 rob Subway sandwich shop at gunpoint

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MESA, Ariz. -

Authorities are looking for two men who robbed a Subway sandwich shop in Mesa on Sunday.

When looking at the surveillance video, it looks like they have a gun, but police are not sure if they are simulating holding a gun or if they are actually armed.

These two are also believed to be behind at least 8 other robberies at restaurants throughout Mesa from January 4 to January 13, 2013.

In some of those, they handed a threatening note to a restaurant employee.

The men are described as white or Hispanic males, wearing hoodies with bandanas covering their faces.

They are facing numerous armed robbery charges.

Stores targeted:

Subway - 450 South Sossaman Rd
New China - 1130 North Higley Rd
Subway - 1121 South Higley Rd
Walgreens - 9230 East Main St
Walgreens - 6002 East Main St
Circle K - 1210 South Higley Rd
Taco Bell - 6728 East Main
Safeway - 9101 East Baseline Rd
Dairy Queen - 316 South Power Rd

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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