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Men plead 'not guilty' to masked armed robberies

Original post made on Mar 4, 2014

Two men who allegedly robbed small markets and convenience stores while disguised in wolf and skeleton masks pleaded not guilty in San Mateo Superior Court on Friday, Feb. 28. A third man implicated in the robbery pleaded no contest on March 3 to a commercial burglary stemming from another incident, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.

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