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SALT LAKE CITY -- Police are looking for two men who robbed a convenience store in Salt Lake City.
Police say the pair walked into the Phillips 66 at 1111 E. 3300 South late Monday night.
When the clerk stepped out from a back room, police say one of the men showed him a handgun and told him not to move.
Lt. James Tracy of the Salt Lake City Police Department said, "At that point the other male went over to the cash register, was able to open it, also get into the safe and took an unknown quantity of money."
Police say the robbers drove away in a 1980s model gray Nissan or Toyota.