WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Two men are wanted in connection with an armed robbery Friday that left a clerk and a customer forced into a room and more than $1,900 worth of cash stolen from BJ’s gaming parlor along Old Mill Creek Road in Fort Gay, West Virginia State Police say.
Troopers say the men used electrical tape to bind the clerk’s hands before forcing her and a customer into a video gaming room. The incident was reported about 11:50 a.m. Friday.
The men threatened the clerk with a knife, saying they were robbing her. Neither the clerk nor the customer was hurt.
The men are described as an older man and a younger man. Both were wearing blue hooded sweatshirts and gloves. One man wore a mask, and the other had on sunglasses. One is described as having no front teeth.
Anyone with information about the men and/or the incident is asked to call the Wayne Detachment of West Virginia State Police at (304) 272-5131.
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