Police are looking for two men who reportedly flashed a gun at a Pleasant Street convenience store and ran off with a pile of cash last week.
According to a police report, a clerk at told officers that the two black men, both about 6 feet tall and 25 to 30 years old, came into the store around 4 p.m. on March 7 and showed her a black and silver firearm in a plastic bag. One man reportedly held the gun while the other ran around behind the counter and pulled cash from two open drawers.
The man holding gun reportedly yelled, “Take everything! Take everything!” as his partnered grabbed the cash.
Outside the store, police found a trail of scissors, rubber bands and other miscellaneous items from an empty cigarette carton one of the men had grabbed from the counter. The trail reportedly led to the corner John and Pleasant streets, where police believe a car may have been waiting.
Police were not initially able to locate any witnesses besides the clerk, according to the report.