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UPDATE: Armed Robbery At Spokane Valley Convenience Store

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Deputies with the Spokane Valley Police Department were called to Broadway and Park Monday night after an armed robbery at the 7-11. 

It happened at about 10:30pm. The employee  told deputies two male suspects entered the store, pointed a gun and demanded money. The two suspects then took off with two tills and an unknown amount of cash.

They were last seen running south on Park. 

The two are described as white men, one light-skinned and one dark- skinned. The are both believed to be 20 to 25-years-old,  5'10", and about 170 pounds. They were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts dark pants as baseball caps and bandanas covering their faces. 

Officers set up a perimeter and used a K-9 unit to track the two men, however have not located anyone yet. 

They are also looking at surveillance video for more information. 

Anyone who spots these two men are asked to call 911 immediately.

 

 

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