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(KSL News) Police are looking for a man who held up a convenience store, and his apparent accomplice, who actually fought with the suspect inside the store.
A man walked into the market at 200 E. Hampton Avenue, pulled a gun on the owner, and demanded money. But there wasn't a lot of cash in the register, so then the suspect went around taking other items.
Here's where the story gets a little strange. The customer and the suspect threw things like cigarettes, beer, and some small pocketknifes at each other. But then police think the "customer," and the suspect, left together in the same car.
Detectives are going over the surveillance video to piece together the details.