UPDATE: 4 sought after Saskatoon convenience store robbed

SASKATOON – An employee at Westmount Foods was held up at gun point last week. Saskatoon police are trying to locate four suspects believed to be responsible for the armed robbery on April 11.

At around 7:15 p.m. CT, three men and a woman entered the convenience store on 29th Street West. One of the men is alleged to have had a handgun.

The lone employee was ordered to lie on the floor while the suspects stole cash and cigarettes. They then fled heading eastbound on 29th Street.

No injuries were reported.

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    Police have identified the man who threatened the store employee with a handgun. At this time, investigators are attempting to locate and arrest him.

    Surveillance images of the three other suspects involved have also been released in hopes the public can help identify them.

    The first man is described as aboriginal, around six-foot with a stocky build and was wearing a Toronto Raptors ball cap and dark clothing.

    The second man is described as aboriginal, around five-foot ten with an average build, and was wearing a black Toronto Raptors ball cap and dark clothing.

    The third man is described as aboriginal in his late teens or early 20s, around five-foot eight with a thin build, shoulder-length dark hair and was wearing a black t-shirt. He was also carrying a black duffel bag.

    The woman is described as aboriginal in her late teens or early 20s, five-foot seven with a thin build, shoulder-length light brown hair in a pony tail and was wearing dark clothing, and red and white Adidas shoes.

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    Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.