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Valley's Most Wanted: Valeri Dida & Nyantey Gaylah

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Two men suspected of holding up a south Fargo Mister Money store at gunpoint are this week's Valley's Most Wanted.

Valeri Dida, who's 22, is about 5'7" and 150 pounds.  He's wanted for Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, a felony.

Nyantey Gaylah, who's 25, is about 5'7" and 170 pounds.  He's wanted for felony Robbery.

Investigators believe Dida and Gaylah walked into the south Fargo Mister Money January 7th, pointed a gun at the workers, and got away with cash.

If you have information on either man please call your local police department.

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