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EZ Go robbed at knifepoint

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Posted By: Channel 8 Newsroom
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Police are investigating a convenience store robbery that took place early Saturday morning.

Police say EZ Go at 2555 O St. was robbed at knifepoint around 3 a.m. Officials say the suspect entered the store and approached the cashier with a knife, demanding money and cigarettes.

Police say the suspect, described as a white male around 6 feet tall, 160 lbs, left with several packs of cigarettes and a small amount of cash. They say he fled north on foot.

No injuries were reported and police are still searching for the suspect, who was reported wearing a black jacket, jeans, a red bandana and a red stocking cap at the time of the robbery.

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