HERNANDO COUNTY, FL. – Four suspects are sought for robbing a 7-Eleven on Cortez Blvd. Friday.
This is the second 7-Eleven heist in Brooksville this week, with one occurring on Monday at a different store location.
According to investigators, on Friday at 1:57 a.m., Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 7-Eleven gas station, located at 10325 Cortez Boulevard, in reference to the report of a commercial robbery.
Upon arrival, deputies spoke to the store clerk told investigators that four individuals entered the store as she was cleaning.
One of the suspects approached the clerk. The three remaining suspects began collecting numerous cartons of cigarettes.
Deputies say that one suspect watched the clerk then took the employee to the front counter and ordered her to open the register. The suspect proceeded to remove the money from the register.
All four suspects then exited the store and fled the area.
Deputies were unable to locate the suspects.
All four suspects were described as black males wearing hoodies, sweat pants, gloves, and medical masks to cover their faces.
The suspects’ description is similar to another 7-Eleven that was robbed in Brooksville on Monday as well as others that have recently occurred in surrounding counties.
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