Police looking for three men behind aggravated robbery spree in East El Paso

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Police are looking for three men who may be behind three aggravated robberies on Wednesday morning.

An El Paso Police Department alert said that a man with a gun tried to use a gun to rob a woman in the 7900 block of Bois D Arc, about a block away from Del Sol Medical Center.

That man is also “believed” to be related to two other aggravated robberies, along with two other men.

The first robbery was at the Trio Apartments in the 4700 block of N. Mesa Street. The second robbery was at a hotel in the 900 block of Yarbrough, police said. 

Police described the suspects as two Hispanic men and one black man. They were seen in a black compact car, possibly a Kia. 

Police said they were armed with guns and a machete.

KTSM was first on the scene as police searched for the suspects. We are working on getting video to the station.

We will update you as more information becomes available. 

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