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Pinellas deputies looking for men who robbed Oldsmar gas station

OLDSMAR — Pinellas County deputies are looking for two men wanted in an armed robbery at a gas station early Saturday.

Deputies said the men entered a Circle K at 3170 Tampa Road and tried to rob the cashier at gunpoint.

The cashier was not injured. It was not clear if the robbers took any money.

The first suspect was described as black, in his early 20s, thin and about 6 feet. He was wearing a red shirt with a "2" outlined in white and a diamond stud earring in his left ear. He was carrying a black handgun.

The second man was also black, in his early 20s and thin. He was described as about 5 feet 9 and 140 pounds, wearing black pants and a black shirt or hooded sweatshirt with a rhinoceros on the front in an oval emblem. He appeared to have white socks on his hands.

Deputies ask anyone with information to contact the Sheriff's Office at (727) 582-6200. People who wish to stay anonymous can call Crime Stoppers toll-free 1-800-873-TIPS (8477).

Pinellas deputies looking for men who robbed Oldsmar gas station 05/23/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 3:41pm]
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