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2 sought in beer robbery from Phoenix Circle K

(Source: Phoenix Police Department) This woman  and an accomplice robbed a Circle K store of two cases of beer. (Source: Phoenix Police Department) This woman and an accomplice robbed a Circle K store of two cases of beer.
(Source: Phoenix Police Department) The man kicks at the Circle K employee. (Source: Phoenix Police Department) The man kicks at the Circle K employee.
(Source: Phoenix Police Department) He then punches the employee before both suspects left with two cases of beer. (Source: Phoenix Police Department) He then punches the employee before both suspects left with two cases of beer.
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Phoenix police are looking for two people who robbed a Circle K store convenience store of beer and then attacked the store employee.

Police said a man and woman, both between the ages of 17 and 20 years old, walked into the store at 1500 W. Indian School Rd. about 12:16 a.m. Nov. 4 and grabbed two cases of beer.

They walked to the front of the store, and the woman pushed aside an employee at the door as he told them to pay for the beer. She kept pushing the worker as her accomplice walked out of the store with the beer. The man then turned around and started punching and kicking the employee before both suspects fled with the beer.

The man is described as Hispanic, 5'6" tall, 179 pounds with a moustache.

The woman is described as 5'2" tall, 160 pounds with black hair.

Anyone with information about the crime or suspects is asked to call 480-WITNESS (480-948-6377) or submit a tip anonymously at SilentWitness.org.

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