Suspects Sought for Numerous Armed Robberies of Gas Stations, People in Newark

The Newark Police Robbery Squad is investigating numerous robberies that occurred over the weekend where as many as three suspects robbed several gas stations and individuals in the city.

According to police, during the robbery, two suspects exited a vehicle armed with a gun while the third suspect remained in the car.

Authorities said the following gas station were robbed at gunpoint over the weekend: Exxon 397 Springfield Avenue, Sunoco on Washington & Court, and Conoco 789 Sanford Avenue.

Police said the suspects are also wanted for several other gunpoint robberies that occurred since Monday where two black males, utilizing a Black Honda Accord Dark tinted windows and low to the ground, committed two gunpoint robberies.

Authorities said these robberies were committed at Springfield Avenue and Prince Street with the second robbery occurring at 62 Taylor Street.

The suspects are both black males in their late 20's, and both wore blue or dark-colored hoodies.

Police did not report any physical injuries.