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Cops: Women robbed by 2 men after they met at Atlanta Waffle House

A man was recently added to the Atlanta Police Department’s “most wanted” list for allegedly robbing three women at gun point in a downtown Atlanta Hilton. 

The women are from North Carolina and in their 20s, according to a police report.

One of them told police she’d asked a childhood friend if he had any friends in the Atlanta area who could show them around, and he connected them to the suspects, Quanxavier Robinson, 25, and another man.

Quanxavier Robinson
Photo: APD

The men met the women at a Waffle House around 4 a.m. on Oct. 28. The women then went back to the hotel and say they didn’t tell the men their room number, but believe they were followed into the hotel at 255 Courtland St. The men later knocked on their door.

“The victims stated the two males were friendly and they invited them in to hang out,” the report says. “The victims stated they were relaxing and ‘kicking it’ for a couple hours.”

When one of the women said they were going to get ready for bed around 6:30 a.m., one man allegedly pulled out a gun and said, “This is a robbery.” They stole two iPhones, two iPads, a black speaker, a Gucci bag and a Louis Vuitton bag, the report says.

One of the stolen phones was pinged at two different addresses, but police didn’t find the suspects at either location.    

Crime Stoppers Atlanta can be reached at 404-577-8477, and the Atlanta Police Department Fugitive Unit can be reached at 404-546-4220. At this point, the charges are allegations by law enforcement.

See Atlanta Police Department’s list of cold homicide cases

See Fulton County’s ‘most wanted fugitives’ list

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