Masked Robbers Terrorize Store

Masked Robbers Terrorize Store

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BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. -

The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery that took place late Tuesday night.

Around 9:30pm, the Dollar General in Perdido, Alabama was robbed by 2 armed men. One of the men had a large full frame pistol while the other was armed with a large rod, stick, or pipe.

Both men wore black jackets and pants, with bandannas covering their faces and hair, and grey gloves. One suspect wore a light blue ball cap as well.

Demands were made for money and cigarettes, at which time they obtained approximately $1000 cash and around 11 packs of Newport cigarettes. The two left on foot moments later only after ordering the two attendants into the restroom.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office at 251-937-0202.

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