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(KSL News) Four people robbed two different businesses in Salt Lake.
The first robbery happened just after 9:00 last night at a market on 600 North and 1200 West.
Police say three teenagers walked into the market in hooded sweatshirts. They showed the clerk guns and demanded cash. The cashier gave the robbers money, and they left in a small, dark-colored car.
The second robbery happened about 45 minutes later at a pizza shop on 700 North and 1600 West.
Police say one man walked into a Little Ceasar's Pizza, pulled a gun on workers and demanded money. Employees told officers the man got what he wanted and ran off.
Anyone with information in either robbery is asked to call Salt Lake police.