Two suspects pointed guns at the victims and told them to drive away.
Tampa, FL - Tampa police believe two suspects are connected to three different overnight robberies.
The first one happened off Kennedy at the Bank of America ATM drive-thru around 10:30 p.m on Tuesday.
A man and a woman pulled up behind a woman who just withdrew cash. The man got out of his small black car on the driver's side and held a gun to her face, demanding cash. She gave it to him and the suspects drove off. Video and still photos were taken of them there.
About 20 minutes later, the same man and woman, this time at a different ATM off Kennedy Blvd. pulled up behind a man entering his pin number in the ATM to get cash. The couple waited for him to type in his pin and then the driver, got out of his same small black car and held the victim at gunpoint, demanding he leave.
Surveillance captured them on camera. The woman showed her face while the man's face stays covered with a black bandanna
Then police say they take cash from the man's account.
Tampa Police are looking for two suspects who targeted victims using ATM machines.
Four and a half hours later at 3:30 a.m., police say a couple was sitting in their car watching videos on their cell phones, when the same suspects allegedly held them at gunpoint, demanding cash and jewelry.
No one was hurt in any of the three robberies.
Suspect #1 has been described as a white male 22-25, 5'9- 5'11, 150-180 lbs, black scarf over mouth, wearing dark plaid long sleeve shirt with jeans, dark ski cap.
Suspect #2: White female or white male, wearing a black bandanna tied around the head, brown fleece hoodie with hood over head.
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.