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Two Convenience Stores Robbed

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Billings Police are seeking a man they believe robbed two convenience stores Wednesday morning. Just after four o'clock, officers responded to a hold-up alarm at the Holiday Station on South Billings Boulevard. Witnesses say a man enterer ed the store, took several items, and then showed a handgun. He demanded money from the clerk, and after getting it, fled from the store.

About half an hour later, officers responded to another robbery at the Town Pump on the 3100 block of King Avenue West. A man matching the description from the first robbery took several items at gunpoint.

The suspect is described as a white male in his 20's, wearing a dark jacket and camouflage pants. He was also wearing a mask and gloves.

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