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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Authorities continue to search for two people who may know more about a string of robberies dating back to the latter part of last year.

Police aren't calling the individuals suspects just yet, but they're considered investigative leads or persons of interest.

That's why they want you take a close look at these pictures to see if you recognize the men or the vehicle they're associated with.

Two men who appear to be between 20 and 30 years old.

The photos were taken from surveillance images within the city in late 2013.

Once again we don't know for sure if these are the men responsible for a series of robberies.

We do know they're associated with this white truck.

So if you happen to recognize either person and know that he does, in fact, travel in a white pickup, Tucson Police are asking for your help tonight.

"Generally speaking if you see the individuals that are listed or the pictures displayed, we don't want you to physically contact them or go up to them and try to talk to them, we would like for you to just call 88-CRIME or contact 911," said officer Brandon Tatum of Tucson Police Department.

Police won't tell us where the robberies occurred or if they've continued into the new year.

But obviously the investigation is ongoing, as investigators continue to seek help from the public identifying these individuals tonight.

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