Can you ID suspects in Circle K armed robbery in Moraine?

Moraine police are seeking help identifying two suspects in an armed robbery at Circle K on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. / Photo courtesy Moraine Police Department

Moraine police are asking for the public’s help identifying two men accused of robbing a Circle K at gunpoint Wednesday morning.

A cashier told told police that two men, both about 6 feet tall with a small build, entered the store wearing all black, according to the police report.

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One was wearing a ski mask and the other had a surgical style mask. Both reportedly wore gloves.

Once in the store, one of the men reportedly went toward the candy section and the other went to the coffee area on the opposite side of the store.

The first suspect brought candy to the register and when the worker went to the register the other suspect went behind the counter and pulled out a gun, according to the report.

The worker told police the second suspect “held the gun at his back and made him empty the register, as well the register next to it,” the report read.

The Moraine Police Division is asking for your help identifying two men who committed an armed robbery at the Circle K...

Posted by Moraine Police Department on Wednesday, October 14, 2020

After the cashier gave money to the suspects they left on foot.

The first suspect was wearing a black mask, black Puma hoodie, black shoes, dark pants with a white stripe down the leg and a red shirt under the hoodie, according to police. The second suspect wore a blue surgical style mask, black hoodie, white shoes and had a black pistol.

A woman who was entering the store as the suspects left told police they were headed west toward the Northern Suffolk railyard.

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Police reviewed store surveillance video as well as traffic cameras in the area.

Officers are continuing to investigate and ask anyone with information to call 937-535-1166.

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