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Cenex Zip Trip Robbed

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Police continue investigating a convenience store robbery in downtown Billings.

Officers were called to the Cenex Zip Trip on North 27th Street around 2am Tuesday morning. Officers were told that two black men wearing black clothing and bandanas over the faces entered the store, with one of them displaying a handgun. They demanded money from the store employee, and after receiving the money, fled the scene on foot.

They are both described as being in their 20's, around five feet, seven inches tall, and around 150 pounds.

If you have any information you are asked to please call the Billings police department.

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