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Statesboro hotel robbed

STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) -

Three suspects are wanted in connection with an armed robbery that happened Monday night at the Spring Hill Suites in Statesboro.

It occurred at about 11 p.m., when three people wearing masks went into the hotel armed with a handgun and knives.

They confronted the desk clerk and friend who was visiting the clerk and demanded money. They then ran from the business on foot in an unknown direction. No one was injured.

The suspects were wearing dark clothing and their faces were covered with bandannas.

Those with details about the robbery should call Statesboro police at 912. 764.9911 or submit a tip online at tipsoftonline.com. All calls or emails will remain confidential.

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