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1 October 2010, 14:27 | Updated: 1 October 2010, 14:34
Two masked men - who were both armed - have robbed at shop in Wellingborough.
It happened yesterday (Thursday) between 8.24pm and 8.28pm at the Redwell Store on Harrowden Road.
The first man who entered the shop was carrying a small rifle, and was followed shortly by a second man who was carrying a knife.
The offenders demanded money from the shopkeeper, who was working alone at the time, and took a quantity of cash as well as some produce from the shelves.
One of the men was black, about 6'2" tall, skinny, in his early 20s, with a Caribbean accent. He was wearing a blue mask that covered his face, so only his eyes were showing, a black track suit, dark trainers, a black rucksack and black woollen gloves.
The gun he was carrying may have been a single barrelled rifle.
The second man is of unknown ethnicity, about 5'7" tall, skinny, in his early 20s with a Caribbean accent. He was wearing a black balaclava and a dark coloured track suit, with dark trainers and black woollen gloves.
He was carrying what's thought to be a brown plastic handled kitchen knife.