PRINCE ALBERT – Police are looking for information after a robbery on the 600 block of Marquis Road.
Just after 11 p.m. on Sept. 17, PAPS received the call for a robbery in progress.
"Upon arrival it was determined the suspects had fled. Investigation determined two suspects entered the business brandishing weapons," said PAPS in a media release. "The suspects made off with undisclosed merchandise from the business."
Fortunately, the victims of the robbery were not injured.
Police were able to get descriptions of their suspects, and photos. The first suspect is a man wearing a blue cowboy hat, blue hoodie with white lettering; black, white and gre yExco brand pants and white Under Armour shoes.
The second man was wearing a black and white face covering, black toque, jacket and pants.
Another incident that happened just after midnight on Sept. 18 occurred on the 1200 block of Branion Drive. Two men with guns robbed their victim before fleeing the scene.
"The victim sustained minor injuries that did not require medical attention," PAPS said.
While police cannot confirm if the two incidents are related, both files are under investigation and information from the public is encouraged. Anyone with a tip can call PAPS at (306) 953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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