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Hong Kong Market robbed Monday night

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Police are on the lookout for robbery suspects after a north Lincoln store was robbed at gunpoint.  

Lincoln police say the robbery happened at around 7 p.m. Monday at the Hong Kong Market, just south of 27th and Holdrege.

Police say two men came into the store and pointed guns at two employees, demanding money.

The first suspect is described as a black male. About 5–foot–11, with a medium build, wearing black and white shoes.

The second is a black male. Wearing a dark Nike hooded sweatshirt, with orange gloves, and red and white shoes.  Both of the suspects had their faces covered.

If you have any information about this robbery, call Lincoln Crime Stoppers at 402-475-3600.

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