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Men Rob 7-Eleven on Northern Blvd at gunpoint, police say

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March 18, 2016 Staff Report

Three men held up the 7-Eleven store at 50-92 Northern Blvd. at gunpoint Monday and fled with cash, according to police.

The armed robbery took place at 4:00 a.m., March 14, after one of the men entered the store, cased it out and then left. He then spoke to his two accomplices who both came back into the store with a gun, police said.

One of the two men jumped over the counter and demanded that the 7-Eleven employee open the register. The 24-year-old worker complied and the men left with an undetermined amount of money

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There were no injuries stemming from the robbery and the investigation is ongoing.

One of the three suspects was caught on the following video, police said.

The three perpetrators were described as black men wearing hooted sweatshirts, police said.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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