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Robbers Force Spartanburg Store Employee To Count To 100

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Spartanburg Public Safety says two men robbed a Spartanburg store at gunpoint.

A store employee says April 1, two black males entered the Lil Cricket on Southport Rd in Spartanburg, pointed a gun, and asked "Where's the money?"

The clerk opened the register and handed the suspects cash.  One suspect then grabbed the rolled coins out of the register, and what is believe to be 30 packs of Newport cigarettes.

Before leaving the store, the suspects told the employee to get down on the floor and count to 100. 

The suspects are described as:

Suspect #1

Black Male between 20 to 25 years old.

5'07" to 5'11" with medium build.

Wearing a red hooded jacket, dark pants, red sneakers with a white swoosh, and blue rubber gloves. 

 

Suspect # 2

Black Male between 20 to 25 years old.

5'07" to 5'11" with medium build

Wearing a gray hooded jacket, dark pants, and white sneakers

 

Both suspects partially covered their faces during the robbery.  If you have any information, you are asked to contact Spartanburg Public Safety.

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