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Woman robbed at gunpoint at Peoria ATM

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Brandon Mitchell and Roger Burton Brandon Mitchell and Roger Burton
PEORIA, Ariz. -

Peoria Police have arrested two suspects accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint.

Take a look at the surveillance images of the suspects trying to use the woman's stolen debit card just moments after the robbery that took place on June 12.

Investigators received tips leading them to the suspects.

Detectives believe 26-year-old Brandon Mitchell and 46-year-old Roger Burton watched their victim taking money from an ATM.  The pair then followed her to her home. Mitchell robbed her inside her garage while Burton worked as the get away driver.

The suspects were taken into custody Friday night without incident.

Mitchell and Burton face armed robbery and fraud charges.

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