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Suspects still at large after pair of separate robberies in Billings

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BILLINGS - Two separate robberies happened in Billings Friday night, according to press releases from the Billings Police Department.

At 11:44 p.m. two men stole a 1994 Honda Accord from its owner at gun point near the intersection of 11th Street South and South 29th Street.

During the robbery a single round was discharged by the man with a gun but no one was injured. 

Police described the first man as a skinny 23-year-old Caucasian, Hispanic or Native American man about 5 feet 11 inches. The second man was described only as a white 23-year-old.

The men are not in custody.

At 11:56 p.m. the 24th Street Casino was robbed at gun point by a man described by police as a tall male with glasses and a medium to heavy build.

The man ran out the back door with an unknown amount of money.

No one was injured but the man is not in custody.

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