Adairsville Police Looking for two in Connection with Click Mart Robbery
Wednesday, June 13, 2018- 8:22 a.m.
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UPDATE: 
The two suspects were found in St. Augustine, Florida along with the Dodge Stratus. 
 
They are on their way back to answer for the crime. 
 
Previous Story: 
Just before 10 am on Tuesday a white female broke out the window of the Click Mart located on Hwy 140 in Adairsville. 
 
The female then entered the store thru the window and went behind the counter and grabbed several packs of cigarettes before exiting the store.
 
The suspect then got in the passenger side of a 2001 to 2006 Charcoal Grey Dodge Stratus and left. It is unknown at this time what direction the vehicle took.
 
The white female is wearing a dark-colored hoodie with a "W" on the front, shorts, sunglasses, and sandals. 
 
The driver of the vehicle is of unknown race and gender but is seen wearing black pants, a dark-colored hoodie with a white t-shirt underneath, white socks and dark sandals.
 
If you recognize either of these subjects or the vehicle please notify Det. Eric Burns at 678-409-5220. The duo was last seen at Hwy 140 & I-75
 
 
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