are searching for two men who robbed the Plum Convenience Store on Saltsburg Road on Sunday night.
Police Chief Frank Monaco said two black men entered the store at around 9:15 p.m. and demnded money from the store employee, who then handed them about $160. One of the robbers had a gun and fired once at the ceiling of the convenience store.
Monaco said the two robbers were wearing dark clothing—one was wearing a dark blue hoodie and the other a black hoodie—and covering their faces with towels. They are described as being 6'0 tall, 250 pounds; and 6'0 tall, 170 pounds.
After getting the money, the left the scene toward Crestview Drive. Police don't have anymore descriptives of a vehicle or the suspects.
This is the second convenience store robbery to occur in the area within a week. Police also are searching for a suspect who robbed the on Thanksgiving morning. The suspect is described as a male in his late teens, 5'7 to 5'9 tall. He took $160 from the store.
He also attempted to rob the Zozo's Sunoco in Penn Hills and the in Oakmont that same morning. He didn't take anything from those stores.