IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Irving Police said two people in masks robbed a Verizon store late last month, stealing 96 phones and accessories estimated to be worth about $60,600.

It happened on Monday, September 30 around 7:00 p.m. at the store in the 4000 block of North MacArthur Blvd. and police said at least one firearm was used in the crime.

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It’s unclear if the suspects are linked to any other recent robberies.

Irving Verizon store robbery (Irving PD)

The suspect in the black t-shirt has the gun when they enter the store and the suspect in the grey hoodie has it in the back room.  It’s not clear if it’s the same gun.

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They also tied up an employee.

Anyone with information on the crime can call Investigator Burkleo at 972-721-3576 (24 hours: 972-273-1010) or email kburkleo@cityofirving.org. A

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Anonymous tips can be sent to ipdcrimetips@cityofirving.org.