LEBANON, Ind.—A gun was put to a gas station cashier’s head while that cashier was forced to empty the cash drawer Monday morning in Lebanon. Now police are looking for the two men they believe are responsible for the armed robbery of the Speedway gas station on South Lebanon St.
Lt. Ben Phelps, with the Lebanon Police Dept., said two men walked into the store at about 3:19 a.m. The victim described them as black men in their mid 20s, one wearing a red hoodie and the other a ski mask.
While no one was hurt, the men got away with cash and some merchandise from the store, said Phelps.
The victim gave a full description, and there was video from the store showing the men being approximately 5 ft. 5, and 5 ft. 9. One of the suspects was wearing a red hoodie with a black jacket and dark pants. The other was dressed in a dark jacket with dark pants.
Both robbers were last seen running from the Speedway Station to the east. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspects or a vehicle, said a news release.
If you know these individuals or have any information related to this incident, you are asked to contact the Boone County Communications Center at 765-482-1412, option 8.
PHOTO: provided by Lebanon Police