PHOENIX - Phoenix police are looking for two suspects who robbed the Tumbleweed Gas Station located near 27th Avenue and Indian School Road early Tuesday morning.
Both suspects entered the store around 4 a.m., and one of them pointed a handgun at the clerk demanding money.
The second suspect removed cigarettes from shelves and placed them in a bag.
Police say a customer, who was present at the time, was forced to the floor.
The suspects then fled the store in an unknown direction.
Both suspects are described as Hispanic males, age 18-20. One was wearing a baseball cap, black T-shirt, and a possible stomach tattoo. The other is described as heavy-set with a baseball cap and gray, long-sleeve shirt.
Anyone with information can contact Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS (480 948-6377) or on their website at silentwitness.org .
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