UPDATE 4:30 p.m.) — Investigators have released surveillance video showing the moments a Dollar General worker was shot during a robbery. Police also released the 9-1-1 audio from the moments after the woman was shot.
Watch in the video below.
UPDATE 1/23/2020 1:29 PM:
Investigators released pictures of the two men accused in the shooting of a teacher and mother who was working in a Dollar General store Wednesday night.
Here’s a gallery of the surveillance images:
UPDATE (11:24 a.m.) — Police have identified the wounded worker as Yashita Mackey, a mother of four who teaches at an elementary school. Mackey works at the Dollar General part-time a couple of nights a week.
Police say Mackey was shot after she told the suspects she couldn’t open the cash drawer without a sale.
UPDATE (7:56 a.m.) — According to the Pensacola Police Department, the victim is out of surgery and is expected to survive.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — One person was shot during a robbery at the Dollar General on G Street and Garden Street in Pensacola, according to Pensacola Police.
Pensacola Police say two masked men approached the woman working the register and shot her in the chest. The two men fled the scene.
Police are looking for two black male suspects, both of them are tall, one possibly wearing a blue shirt.
Police have a K-9 unit on the scene to track the suspects. Police say they are armed and dangerous, and if you see them call 911.
The cashier was taken to the hospital. Her condition is unknown.
This is a developing story.
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