Madill robbery surveillance video released

By: Lauren Smith
By: Lauren Smith

MADILL, OK -- Madill police are still searching for the suspects who robbed a convenience store just over a week ago, but they hope the release of surveillance video today, will help catch the robbers.

Officers say around 2 AM on July 27th, the cashier at the "Love's" gas station in Madill called police after 3 men came into the store and demanded money.
The employee described the suspects as two hispanic men and one african american man.
She told officers one of the men had a brick, another had his hand wrapped in a plastic bag with what appeared to be a gun inside.
They demanded money, then took off running with the cash before officers arrived on scene.
Randall Reynolds with Madill police says they have not yet been able to confirm if a firearm was actually involved.

"It was called out on the radio as an armed robbery. After officers got there, they realized they had several hundred dollars missing from cigarettes and cash from the register," said Reynolds.

Reynolds says if you can identify the men in the surveillance video, you're urged to contact Madill police or the Marshall County sheriff's office.

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