Greenville Police Looking for Violent Robbery Duo

They’ve already shot one man and robbed at least three stores. Police are searching for them to stop them before they strike again, but I guess they won’t get much help from the public since the ever politically correct Greenville News refused to give an accurate description of the suspects so citizens could be on the look out for the out of control thugs:

Police were looking Friday for two men who they said likely robbed two convenience stores the same night they robbed and shot two people who were sitting in a car outside a Berea laundromat.

A 68-year-old Travelers Rest man who was shot in the chest was taken to the hospital and treated for injuries not considered life-threatening, while another who was hit by the same bullet suffered minor injuries, Greenville County Sheriff’s Master Deputy Melissia McKinney said.

The first robbery happened just before 10 p.m. at the Lil’ Cricket convenience store at 6008 White Horse Road when a man pointed a gun, demanded money and made away on foot with cash, McKinney said.

In the second robbery at about 1 a.m., two people were sitting in a car outside the Berea Coin Laundry on Hunts Bridge Road when two men approached the vehicle and shot the man, who was an employee of the Laundromat, McKinney said.

Following the shooting, two men believed to be the same involved in the two earlier robberies walked into the Palms gas station on Easley Bridge Road just before 2:30 a.m. and one pointed a gun and demanded money, McKinney said.

The two were given cash and fled the business on foot, she said.

Soooo … be on the look out for two guys I guess. Two heightless, weightless, raceless, ageless guys. That’s good reporting, Eric Conner.

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