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Armed and Dangerous’ Robbery Suspects Still on Run Wanted for Georgia Holdup

A couple with a $10,000 bounty on their heads for a series of armed robberies and kidnappings in Alabama are suspected of continuing their crime spree in Georgia.

Blake Fitzgerald and Brittany Harper apparently struck again with an armed robbery at a gas station in Perry, about 30 miles south of Macon, at around 11 p.m. ET Monday, according to a flier on the Perry Police Department's Facebook page.

Before the Georgia robbery, Fitzgerald and Harper, both 31, were last seen about 250 miles west in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, where they are facing charges in connection with kidnapping a woman from her home at gunpoint and robbing her Sunday morning.

The woman, who has not been identified, was dropped off at a nearby hospital unharmed, but the duo got away in her 2010 silver Ford Edge, Vestavia Hills police said.

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Georgia authorities believe the suspects are still driving the stolen Ford Edge.

Fitzgerald and Harper face additional charges of first-degree robbery in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where they are suspected of forcing an inn employee into his Volkswagen Jetta at gunpoint and stashing him in the backseat, police in nearby Hoover said.

With the victim stowed in his own car, the pair then drove to a McDonald's in Hoover, where they robbed a female manager at gunpoint, according to police.

The woman got away, and the inn employee was found unharmed, along with his Jetta, near the scene of the Vestavia Hills home invasion.

Police in Vestavia Hills issued a nationwide "be on the lookout" order for Fitzgerald and Harper on Monday afternoon, as the U.S. Marshals Service's Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force offered the $10,000 reward for information leading to their capture.

The couple should be considered "armed and dangerous," Vestavia police said.

Facebook profiles show that Harper and Fitzgerald listed themselves as "in a relationship" on Jan. 21. Vestavia Hills police Lt. Kevin York confirmed to NBC News that the pages are authentic.

Harper's page features anti-police sentiments, including a Jan. 25 post that reads: "I wasn't planning on going for a run today … but those cops came out of nowhere."