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Suspects target a store not once, but twice in one night

Suspects target a store not once, but twice in one night

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(KSL News) Robbers targeted the same conveniece store twice.

According to police, a man entered the Corner Market on 203 E. Hampton Ave. in Salt Lake City last night. He tried to steal a beer but was confronted by the store clerk, so he left.

Ten minutes later, another man entered the store wearing a stocking mask and carrying a handgun. He threatened to kill the clerk if she did not give him money. She complied, and he left with approximately $50 in $1 bills.

Police say both men got away in the same car. The suspect vehicle is described as a tan vehicle, possibly a Mazda 626 or Infinity G-series.

The description of the suspects is vague.

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