Police seek 2 men who robbed store
State police are searching for a two men who robbed an Indiana County convenience store Monday.
One of the suspects pointed a silver-colored, small-caliber handgun at a female clerk at 9:50 p.m. inside E-Z Mart on Ben Franklin Road in White Township. Police said the second suspect ordered the clerk to lie on the floor while he grabbed several packs of Marlboro cigarettes and $435 from the cash register.
Police are reviewing surveillance video of the incident.
The armed suspect, is described as a 20-year-old approximately 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a dark bandana over his face, white gloves, dark jeans and black shoes, police said. His race was not listed.
The second suspect is a white man is his late 20s or early 30s, about 6 feet tall and weighing 230 pounds, police said. He was wearing a black baseball cap, a white bandana over his face, black leather gloves, blue jeans, a grey button-down dress shirt and black boots.
Anyone with information is asked to call state police in Indiana at 724-357-1960.
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