Detroit police are looking for several men wanted in connection with two unarmed robberies.
The robberies occurred on Detroit’s west side at a Marathon gas station at Puritan and Fairfield on March 22.
Police say the men first walked into the gas station and started beating people up and then robbing them.
At around 2:30 a.m., the three suspects started beating up a guy near the cooler section.
They stole his wallet and cash and took off.
But they returned about an hour later with other men and beat up and robbed a man and his sister.
Police say they only got away with a cell phone in that instance.
None of the men were armed. They all got away - either by getting in a car or running away.
Police believe a black Pontiac Firebird was used as one of the get away cars.
If the men look familiar, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP.