Money, cigarettes stolen in Mac’s store robbery

Two men, disguised with bandanas and armed with a knife and a gun, robbed a Mac's convenience store in West Kelowna Wednesday morning.

Two men, disguised with bandanas and armed with a knife and a gun, robbed a Mac’s convenience store in West Kelowna Wednesday morning.

At 3:15 a.m., West Kelowna RCMP received a report of an armed robbery at the Mac’s store on Boucherie Road.

The two men allegedly entered the store wearing bandanas. One was armed with a knife and the other had an old hand gun. They demanded money and cigarettes.

The men took a small amount of cash and about 50 packs of cigarettes before fleeing on foot.

A police service dog was able to track the men for some distance, but they were not located.

The man with the gun is described as being a 20-year-old, five-foot-eight Caucasian with medium build and a deep voice. He was wearing a jacket, trousers and a bandana.

The second suspect is described as being a 20-year-old, five-foot-nine Caucasian with medium build. He has light blue eyes, yellow hair and a higher voice. He was also wearing a jacket, trousers and a bandana.

If you have any information, call the West Kelowna RCMP at 250-768-2880.

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