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The criminal lovers, Bonnie and Clyde, who were made popular by pop culture, may be dead, but their legacies live on.

Anthony Parsons, 25, and Frankie Collins, 17, were most recently named suspects for the armed robbery of a Mini Mart in Lake Shastina, California on Friday. 

Parsons and Collins allegedly entered the store around 7am and bound the hands of a female employee before leaving with an undisclosed amount of money, according to officers.

Couple Anthony Parsons, 25, and Frankie Collins, 17, are now wanted for three armed robberies in Idaho, California and Oregon are running away from home together last week 

Deputies said both were gloved and armed with weapons, KTVB reported. 

Parsons was described as wearing a dark-colored hoodie while Collins was said to be wearing a pink hoodie and carrying a black backpack. 

Authorities said Parsons was armed with a .270 rifle that has a scope and Collins had a knife.

The couple may also be armed with a .22 pistol and it is suspected both guns are stolen, reports say. 

Deputies said a stolen maroon 2001 Dodge pickup truck that was used in Friday's robbery matches the vehicle used for alleged robberies the couple is wanted for in Idaho and Oregon. 

The truck has Idaho plates 4L910. 

Collins and Parsons are also wanted for robbing an AM/PM store in Stayton, Oregon on Monday, as well as a Maverick store in Gooding, Idaho on June 18.  

Parsons, 25, and Collins, 17, were most recently named suspects for the armed robbery of a Mini Mart in Lake Shastina, California on Friday. Deputies said they were both captured on the store's surveillance footage

Parsons is wanted for robbery and sexual exploitation of a minor. Collins is considered an endangered runaway. 

Becky Pietrok, Parson's mother, has urged her son to turn himself in. 

Pietrok told KTVB her son had recently begun using drugs and she believes he robbed the gas station in Gooding to buy more.

'I think he was broke, and he was scared, and he just wasn't thinking,' she said. 

The mother made a direct plea to her son. 

'Tony, I beg of you,' she said. 'Please end this now, peacefully.'

 

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