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Youngstown police release pictures of suspects in Family Dollar robbery

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

Police are turning to the community members to help solve a robbery. 

Youngstown Police say two suspects were involved in the robbery of a Family Dollar on Market Street on Tuesday. 

According to a report, a male suspect entered the store shortly before 7 p.m. 

A store employee reportedly told officers that the suspect immediately began shoving items into his pants. 

The employee allegedly told investigators that she confronted the man as he attempted to walk out of the front door. 

The suspect allegedly turned and told the clerk "don't touch me b****, I will kill you". 

A report says the suspect kept walking for a second, but turned around and backhanded her in the face. 

The suspect then allegedly ran from the store on foot after stopping to leave several stolen objects in a getaway car. 

The second suspect, believed to be the driver of the getaway car, got out of the car and also ran on foot. 

Officers found the car parked next to the business and found packages of chargers and headsets from the store inside the center console. 

Anyone with information on the robbery, or who the suspects may be, is asked to call Detective Lambert at 330-599-9268. 

This robbery was the second of two in the same night. 

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