Police are searching for two suspects after a robbery in Fort Saskatchewan.
 
On Monday (Nov.26) around 6:30 p.m., two men collected items from throughout Walmart then left without paying. When confronted by a staff member, one of the suspects produced a knife and bear spray and threatened to use it.
 
Neither of the items were used and no one was injured.
 
The first suspect is described as in his 20s, around 150 lbs and 5’9", wearing a camouflage jacket with a fur collar and a black hat.
 
The second suspect is described as in his 20s, around 160 lbs and 5’9", wearing a grey hoodie, track pants with a thick black stripe halfway down the legs and a dark ball cap with grey on top.
 
Police believe both suspects fled the area in a dark Hyundai Santa Fe or Tucson.
 
Anyone with information is asked to call the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP at 780-997-7900 or Crime Stoppers.
 
27112018Walmart2Police are looking for these two suspects after a robbery at Walmart.
 
Two suspects also broke into The Cotton Candy Shoppe late last week.
 

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