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Police Search for Convenience Store Armed Robbers

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MISSOULA -

A Missoula convenience store employee said two men robbed the business at gunpoint this morning, and now police are searching for the suspects.

Police said they responded to the Noon's convenience store on Southwest Higgins around 4 a.m.

Investigators learned one man stood guard at the door, while another pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money from the till.

After retrieving cash, police say the two men fled on foot, heading north on Russell Street.

Both suspects are described as white males, standing about 6 feet tall, and both have slender builds.

They're said to be in their late teens to early 20s.

They were last seen wearing bandanas and gloves.

If you have any information, call Missoula Police at 552-6300.

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