PHOTOS: Police Release Surveillance Images In West-Windsor Robberies

Police are asking for the public's help identifying a pair of armed robbers in west-Windsor.

Windsor Police Services were called to convenience store on the corner of Tecumseh Rd. W. and Curry Ave. at round 9:45am Thursday morning.

According to police, a woman was allegedly armed with what's believed to be a yellow or gold coloured firearm -— she fled eastbound on foot with some cash in a grey plastic bag.

She's described as white, around 5'-7", with a medium build, between 30-40 years-old.  She was last seen wearing a dark coloured coat with a hood pulled up, black tights, red running shoes with white trim soles, and purple gloves.

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Surveillance image of a woman wanted for an armed robbery in the 1500 block of Tecumseh Rd. W. in west-Windsor on Thursday November 30, 2018. (Photos courtesy of Windsor Police Services)

Police were also called to a store on the corner of California and Girardot Ave. around 10pm.

Investigators say a woman also brandished a yellow or gold coloured firearm in this incident

She demanded money, but fled the scene when a second employee confronted her at the register, according to police.

The woman is described as short, white, with a medium build. She was last seen wearing a long black jacket with a hood, dark tight pants, black shoes with pink laces, blue and white striped gloves, and a black scarf over the lower half of her face.

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Surveillance images of a woman wanted for armed robbery in an incident in the 1100 block of California Ave. in west-Windsor on Thursday November 30, 2018. (Photos courtesy of Windsor Police Services)

Police say the woman was seen entering the passenger seat of a four-door dark-burgundy Mazda SUV-CX7 — possibly a 2007 or 2008 model.

No one was injured in either robbery.

Windsor police tell AM800 News it's not clear if both incidents are related at this time. Major Crimes is handling the investigation. Police say both women are considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information is asked to call Windsor police or Crime Stoppers anonymously.