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Police: Two gunmen rob Pop Shoppe

SALISBURY — Police are reviewing surveillance footage this morning after two gunman robbed the Pop Shoppe at 1831 West Innes St.
According to a police report, the men walked into the store at 1:09 a.m. and demanded money from the clerk.
The first man was described as a black male wearing a black hoodie, blue sweat pants and light brown shoes. He was estimated at about 6-foot-1 to 6-foot-2
The clerk told officers he was holding a silver revolver.
The second man was shorter and more stocky, police said, and was also wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and white and black shoes.
He appeared to be serving as a look-out person and was holding a black and silver semi-automatic handgun.
Police spoke to at least two witnesses. One was walking into the convenience store when the robbery was happening and the other was getting cash from an ATM.
The report said the thieves stole $190 from the store.

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