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Three Sought in Delmar Area Robbery

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DELMAR, Del.  Delaware State Police are investigating a robbery Saturday afternoon outside Delmar.

Troopers said a 36-year-old man was walking north on Old Stage Road, just north of Marsha Street, when three men approached him from behind. The victim ran, was chased by those men and pushed to the ground.

Police say the three suspects then held the victim at gunpoint; taking cash, his shoes, and shirt before running into the woods.  The victim sustained minor injuries in the robbery.

The suspects are described as three Hispanic males.  Troopers say two of those men were armed with handguns.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact DSP Troop 4 Major Crimes Unit at (302) 856-5850.

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