According to Millersville police the two men pointed their weapons at employees as
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Tuesday December 9, 2014
Millersville, Robertson County, Tenn.
Save-A-Lot Robbed In Millersville Monday Night
Monday evening around 6:45PM two men dressed wearing all black entered the Save-A-Lot on Louisville Hwy with semi automatic handguns and demanded money.
According to Millersville police, the two men pointed their weapons at employees as they demanded money from the store’s safe.
Millersville Police are working with several local jurisdictions as they investigate this robbery.
No vehicle description is available and police have no suspects. The Save-A-Lot had no external camera system and a search of other local businesses external video systems also turned up no leads.
Police are still processing internal video for any relevant clues. Police say there were 2 employees and 3 customers in the store, all adults.
The suspects are described as two African American males around 5’10 to 6′ tall wearing all black probably in their late teens to early 20’s.
According to Millersville Police Chief David Hindman, this is the first armed robbery in Millersville in about 5 years.
The suspects escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash.
No one was injured in the incident.
Any one with any information on this crime is encouraged to contact Millersville Police at (615) 859-2758
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