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Chula Vista police looking for robbery suspect

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CHULA VISTA (CBS 8) - Chula Vista police hope you can identify the man in this image who may be targeting convenience stores.

He used a gun to rob a Circle K on Bonita Road last Sunday.

Police believe the same man robbed a gas station on Telegraph Canyon Road Thursday morning. He left in a white truck, possibly a Ford Ranger.

If you have information, call Chula Vista police.

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