Fuel Up in Greene Twp. Robbed

By CAITLIN FRANCIS | cfrancis@whag.com

Published 06/16 2014 03:51PM

Updated 06/16 2014 03:56PM

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – There was another robbery at the Fuel Up on Philadelphia Ave. in Greene Township on Sunday night.

Pennsylvania State Police say two white males described to be in their early 20’s with dark hair and both are said to be short and thin build, dressed in black with face coverings forced their way into the convenience store.

Officials say the suspects displayed a black handgun and a knife, and demanded money from the cash register. They got away with a small amount of cash and cigarettes.

This comes after a string of convenience store robberies in the Chambersburg area.

Pennsylvania State Police say the suspect in those three roberies, was described as a while male, about 6’ tall, and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, with a white cloth covering his face. They say he was armed with either a firearm or an ice pick.

Police believe that man robbed three convenience stores within a 5-mile radius, and was able to escape with thousands of dollars in cash.

PSP is asking anyone with information to call them. There’s currently a $2,000 reward from Crime Solvers for information leading to the arrest of the persons involved.

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