State Police searching for two men involved in armed robbery in Fort Gay
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A woman was threatened with a knife and then bound while the business she works at was robbed.
State Police in Wayne County are looking for two men they say robbed BJ's on Old Mill Creek Road in Fort Gay Friday morning, according to a release. The incident happened just before noon.
Two unidentified men approached the female clerk when they entered, showed her a large knife, then told her they were robbing her. They took almost $2000 in cash and a cell phone. The suspects used electrical tape to bind the clerk and they forced her into a room where another customer was and shut the door on them.
The clerk told police she and the customer were not harmed.
The suspects were white men with dark hair, one older and one younger, wearing blue hooded sweatshirts. One suspect was wearing a mask and the other had on sunglasses, both were wearing gloves. One suspect is described as having no front teeth.
Anyone with information regarding this incident or the identities of the suspects are encouraged to contact the WVSP Wayne Detachment at 304-272-5131 or the Wayne County 911 Center at 304-272-6333.
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