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Suspects Sought After Easton Store Robbery

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 EASTON, Md. – The Easton Police Department is searching for suspects after a clerk was placed in a store freezer during a robbery. 

Officers responded to the Crown Station at 219 Marlboro Avenue in Easton Monday. The store clerk told officers that around 11:45 a.m. five or six African American men came into the store and assaulted him. According to police, the clerk was then placed into the store's freezer and the suspects left. 

Police say the clerk received minor injuries that didn't require medical attention. 

One suspect is described as an African American male, about 6'1” tall with long braids or corn rows. 

Anyone who was at Crown Station around the time of the incident or has any information is asked to call the Easton Police Department at (410)-822-1111. 

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