Police asking for public's help in Family Dollar armed robbery - WNCT

Police asking for public's help in Family Dollar armed robbery

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -
Greenville Police are asking for the public's help searching for two males who held up a Family Dollar Sunday night.

The armed robbery occurred around 10 P.M. at the Family Dollar on Greenville Boulevard. Police say two suspects entered the store and demanded money, one of them was armed with a handgun. 

Police released photos and descriptions of the suspects today. Witnesses describe the suspects as two black males, one wearing a blue ski jacket and scarf, the other wearing dark clothing. Police say the man in the blue ski jacket is tall, between 6'5'' and 6'7''.

Police are not sure how many people were in the store at the time, but no one was hurt. The suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Both got away on foot. If you have any information, call the Greenville Police Department at (252) 329-4317.
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