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story.lead_photo.caption FILE — A Little Rock Police Department vehicle is shown in this file photo.

2:30 p.m.

Little Rock police have released two surveillance photos showing a car and a man authorities believe are connected to a robbery of a Popeyes last month.

Police said the man pictured in the surveillance photo is a suspect. No description of the man was provided, aside from what can be seen in the photo: a man wearing a jacket, pants and sneakers.

The image of the car shows a late-model red or orange Chevrolet Camaro, and police said the car has black rally stripes on the hood and chrome rims. The car is “known to frequent the area of Reservoir Road,” police added.

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An employee kidnapped in the robbery told police a masked man forced her to drive him to the restaurant at 3208 S. University Ave. on Aug. 23.

The worker told police the gunman, along with another masked man, then robbed the restaurant.

The only thing she could remember about them was that they were in a red or orange Camaro. No physical description of the men was available.

Police said anyone who recognizes the car or the man can call detectives at (501) 404-3015 or submit an anonymous tip at (501) 371-4636.

10 a.m.

[Photo not showing up? Click here to see it » arkansasonline.com/911popeyes]

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