Grande Prairie convenience store clerk threatened with knife in robbery

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Around 9 PM last night, two suspects entered the Mission Heights Macs convenience store in Grande Prairie.

One of the suspects held a knife to the store employee’s throat, and demanded for the cash drawer to be opened.

The other suspect filled a bag with an undisclosed amount of cigarettes, lotto and cash.

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The employee of the store was unharmed.

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Grande Prairie RCMP describes the suspects as being around 6 feet tall, one wearing a black jacket, bright blue sneakers, a red handkerchief over his face, and jeans.

The other was wearing a Camouflage jacket, jeans, and white and orange sneakers.


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