Andres Cuero-Marroquin, 27, is wanted on two robbery charges and one charge of false imprisonment in connection with two robberies near Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross.
Photo: Gwinnett County Police Department
Photo: Gwinnett County Police Department

Police identify suspect in multiple Gwinnett robberies

Gwinnett County police have identified a suspect in two recent robberies near Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross.

The department has taken out warrants for 27-year-old Andres Cuero-Marroquin’s arrest. He is charged with two counts of robbery and one count of false imprisonment, but has not yet been apprehended.

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The first robbery occurred Aug. 6 at Spy Insurance. Cuero-Marroquin slammed a female employee into a wall and stole money from an open cash drawer, according to police. The next robbery was at Intermex Wire Transfer, where he indicated he had a gun and stole money from a cash register, police said.

Police identified Cuero-Marroquin from a fingerprint left at the scene. Cuero-Marroquin had previously been detained by the Duluth Police Department, which had gotten his fingerprint. The detective in the Norcross cases compared surveillance footage of the robberies to the Duluth officer’s body camera footage of Cuero-Marroquin and felt confident they were the same person, a Gwinnett County Police Department release says. 

Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact Gwinnett County detectives at 770-513-5300 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. Crime Stoppers tips may be rewarded with up to $2,000 if they lead to an arrest or indictment.

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