Two suspects sought after violent convenience store robbery

TORONTO [Peter Paul Media] — Toronto police are hunting for two men wanted in connection with the violent robbery of a convenience store last week when a 73-year-old clerk suffered several broken ribs and internal bleeding.

Police released descriptions and a surveillance video of the incident, hoping to identify the perpetrators. The clerk is held by one suspect while the other punches him repeatedly in the ribs, surveillance video showed.

The suspects, both wearing bandanas covering their faces, escaped with an unknown quantity of cash and cigarettes during the September 15 robbery, police said. The incident occurred around 4 AM near the intersection of Queen Street West and Bathurst Street.

The two suspects are described as follows:

  • Suspect 1: Male, black in his 30s with short black hair.
  • Suspect 1: White in his 30s, medium build, short brown hair, wearing a black t-shirt with the caption ‘God Guns & Money’.

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