TACOMA, Wash. - A female clerk was held to the ground at gunpoint by two men during a brazen robbery at a Tacoma 7-Eleven Monday morning.
According to police, two armed men walked into the store in 3100 block of South Tyler Street sometime before 4 a.m. and forced the worker to the ground before stealing her personal belongings and and cash from the register.
Police set up a containment area and deployed K-9 units in the area, but they could not locate the two men.
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