New photos released of suspects in Bonaire robbery | Photos

WARNER ROBINS — Additional photos were released today of the suspects in last week’s armed robbery and assault of two clerks at Bob's Package Store on Ga. 247 in Bonaire.

Anyone with information is asked to contact sheriff’s Cpl. James Williams at 542-2085 during business hours, or 542-2080 after 5 p.m.

According to Williams, the three robbers walked into the convenience store about 9:40 p.m. Thursday. One robber with a handgun pointed it at the female clerk and forced her into the back area where the male clerk was. She was dragged to the back by her hair and forced to the floor. The male clerk was ordered to open the safe and then the robber struck him in the face with the handgun and forced him to the floor.

The male clerk was taken by ambulance to Houston Medical Center, where he was treated for a laceration under his eye, Williams said.

The female clerk, who complained that her hand hurt from being forced to the floor and that her head hurt from her hair being pulled, declined medical treatment, the investigator said.

"The clerks never gave any resistance," Williams said.

The robbers were described as black males. One wore dark pants, a white T-shirt and black rag on his head, a second wore all dark clothing and a hood over his head, and the third had a light complexion and wore red pants and a dark hooded sweatshirt with something covering his face.