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Goffstown police hunt armed robbers
The men entered the store brandishing a black firearm and demanding cash, according to police. Once they had the money, the men ran from the store, toward the Rockland Avenue area, police say.
Both suspects are described as white males, one is 6’ 2” medium build last seen wearing all black clothing and a black ski mask. The other is described as approximately 5’ 8” medium build. He was dressed in all black clothing and wearing a ski mask.
Goffstown police are asking anyone with information to contact them at 497-4858.
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