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Police looking for person of interest following armed robbery at Little River convenience store

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HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) –Officers of the Horry County Police Department responded to an armed robbery at the Kangaroo Express Convenience Store located at 860 Highway 17, in the Little River area of Horry County on November 17, 2015 around 2:30 a.m. 

The 51-year-old clerk reported that, while he was cleaning, two black males entered the store wielding handguns and robbed him at gunpoint, according to a news release from Lt. Raul Denis of the HCPD.

The robbers made off with an undetermined amount of cash, an undetermined amount of lottery tickets, and Newport cigarettes.

Both robbers were described as 5 ft. 8 in. tall, 150 pounds, wearing jeans and hoodies, and having their faces covered with cloths.

Horry County Detectives are looking for the woman as a person of interest in connection with this robbery. The woman was described as a 19 - 20-year-old, mixed race, female wearing a Coastal Carolina T-shirt, and driving a purple GMC Envoy. The photograph depicts her entering a different store to claim one of the stolen lottery ticket winnings.  

Anyone with information about the identity or the whereabouts of this woman is asked to call our Tip Line at 843-915-8477 (843-915-TIPS).

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