Missoula Convenience Store Robbed at Gunpoint
There was an armed robbery at a Missoula convenience store early Thursday morning, October 17.
Missoula police officer Sean Manraksa said the Noon's Sinclair convenience store at 39th and Russell was robbed at gunpoint and that two male suspects were still at large.
"At about 4:03 a.m. Missoula police responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Noon's Sinclair convenience store at 39th and Russell Streets," Manraksa said. "Two male suspects were involved. One entered the store and brandished a black handgun while demanding money from the register. The other suspect acted as a lookout by the front door of the store."
Manraksa provides a description of the suspects.
"The first suspect was wearing an orange hat with a gray bandana over his face," Manraksa said. "He has a black short sleeve shirt, with a while long-sleeved undershirt. He was a Caucasian male about six feet tall with a medium build, possibly in his 20's. The second male suspect was wearing black pants, a gray hooded sweatshirt with a small logo on it, a black baseball cap, and a bandana over his face. He is about six feet tall with a slim build with unknown ethnicity."
The two fled on foot with an undetermined amount of cash. Manraksa said no one was injured.
Anyone with information about this armed robbery or the suspects who are still at large are asked to call Missoula Crimestoppers at 721-44-44.
Missoula Police Officer Shawn Manraksa