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ATLANTA -- Atlanta police are looking for a man who robbed hotel guests in their own room.

It happened at the Holiday Inn Express on Cone Street around 5 a.m. Monday.

According to a police report, a guest said a man came into his room and demanded his laptop, iPad and phone.

Atlanta police say while a crime like this is not common, thieves often target hotels and look for unlocked rooms.

The robbery came less than 48 hours before Tuesday's Chick-fil-A Bowl.

This year's game between Texas A&M and Duke University is the fastest sellout in the bowl's history.

David Wardell with the Downtown Improvement District says with 13 million people coming to events in downtown Atlanta every year, incidents of stranger on stranger crime are pretty low.

Wardell says ambassadors will be out in full force this weekend, to give directions and escort anyone to their destination.

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