Cherry Hill store robbed at gunpoint

Two men stole money from the Mission corner store Sunday

Two men who robbed Cherry Hill store at gunpoint Sunday are being sought by Mission RCMP.

Just before 10 p.m. Dec. 18, one male entered the store and allegedly brandished a gun and demanded cash. The second man stood outside as a lookout, say police.

The suspects fled on foot, said Cpl. Sharon Siluch, with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The first male is described as having a medium build, wearing a black hoodie, grey sweat pants and white runners. The only descriptor for the other suspect is that he was also wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.

Police believe the same two males were seen an hour prior to the robbery scoping out the area. Surveillance tapes have been seized, however, at this time, police do not have any suspects.
RCMP are urging anyone with information on this crime to call 604-826-7161 or call Crimestoppers at 604-669-TIPS (8477), and file #2011-14638.

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