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Residents look out for couple with baby suspected in robberies

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Buckhead residents are on the look out for a couple who allegedly have been robbing people at gunpoint while using their baby to distract their victims. Buckhead residents are on the look out for a couple who allegedly have been robbing people at gunpoint while using their baby to distract their victims.
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New developments in the case of the couple who used a baby to distract people they were about to rob.

Many in the part of Buckhead are keeping an eye out for the couple seen in surveillance video released to FOX 5. Police say they used a baby as a distraction to rob people at gunpoint.

Nancy Shulte, a resident in Buckhead, says it would be easy to fall for something like that and that makes her mad.

Police say they have gotten dozens of tips on the couple and know the name of the man. Warrants have been issued for his arrest.

Crime Watch President John Bailey says that it is a start, but no one is letting their guard down just yet.
 
Condo buildings have added extra security and some have held public safety meetings. Everyone is keeping their eyes out for the couple.

Anthony Shorter says he has spread the word about this couple through social media sites. He says all the neighbors have been spreading the word as well. He is hoping police will catch them both soon.

In the past couple of days since the robberies occurred, people who live around the Buckhead area have joined forces. They have been sharing information about the robberies and keeping an eye out for each other. They are hoping it is that information which will eventually bring them to justice.

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