PEPPERELL -- Police have identified two suspects in the Nov. 14 armed robbery of the Cumberland Farms store on Main Street.
The suspects have warrants out for their arrest, but are currently in custody out of state on unrelated charges, according to Police Chief David Scott.
Between 3:30 and 4 a.m. on Nov. 14, a man wearing dark clothing, a ski mask and gloves brandished a knife and demanded money from the store's only working employee, Scott said.
The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of money and then ripped change chutes off both of the store's cash registers.
A dark-colored Toyota sedan was reportedly seen leaving the area.
Scott said that although armed robberies of this type are unusual for Pepperell, the same store was robbed in 2008 by masked men who threatened the clerk with a handgun.
Following that incident, three suspects pled guilty and served jail terms.
Employees of Cumberland Farms declined to comment.
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