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Two sought in Daisy armed robbery
Deputies: 2 black men robbed BP station Monday
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      The Evans County Sheriff's Office is seeking two men in connection with an armed robbery that occurred Monday night at the BP station in Daisy.
      At approximately 9:11 p.m. Monday, two black men were reported entering the station with a small silver handgun and a long, possibly pump shotgun, said Bryant Jones, intelligence analyst with the sheriff's office.
      The subjects ran up to the cashier and demanded money from the register, he said. Both subjects were described as being young black men in their early to mid-20's, Jones said.
      Witnesses described the first subject as heavy set, wearing dark colored jeans, a black jacket with a white shirt underneath, and a white tank shirt wrapped around his head covering his face. He was carrying the small silver handgun, witnesses said.
      The second subject was described as tall and thin, wearing dark colored pants, a grey hoodie style jacket, and a black ski mask covering his face. He was carrying the pump shotgun, Jones said.
      The subjects were reported leaving on foot, headed toward Old Savannah Highway.
      Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact Inv. Virgil Deloach with the Evans County Sheriff's Office at (912) 739-1611.


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