Halton Police are seeking two suspects following an armed robbery in Norval.
Yesterday, Nov. 12, just before 9 p.m. two masked suspects entered the Norval Convenience Store, located at 525 Guelph St., in Halton Hills, according to police.
Police say, the suspects were armed with a firearm.
The suspects demanded the employee, who was alone in the store, open the till.
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A quantity of cash, cigarettes, and other items from the store were stolen.
The employee was assaulted by at least one of the suspects and has sustained minor injuries according to police.
The first suspect is described by police as being a 5’9” male, who was said to be wearing a black mask and dark clothing.
Police are describing the second suspect as a 6’0” male, with a muscular build, who was also wearing a black mask and dark clothing.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Detective Mike Skoularicos of the One District Criminal Investigations Bureau at (905) – 825 – 4747 ext. 2420.