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Sunnyvale police seeking coin shop robbers
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (KGO) -- Sunnyvale police are searching for the suspects in a coin store heist. The robbery happened Wednesday at Mac's Coins and Collectibles.
Police say a woman knocked on the door to gain entrance and then let two masked men into the store. The suspects then tied up an employee and stole an unknown amount of gold, coins and jewelry.
Police believe the three drove the getaway car to a nearby parking garage, set it on fire and then left the scene in a second vehicle.
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