Marshall Armed Robbery Could be Related to Robbery in Madison

 Marshall police are investigating an armed robbery last Wednesday that they say may be connected to a robbery 30 minutes earlier in Madison.

Officers from the Marshall Police Department responded about 6:50 p.m. on Nov. 21 to the Mobile Gas Station at 510 W. Main Street, for a report of an armed robbery.

Upon arrival, officers learned that two masked robbers had entered the store and one was armed with a handgun.

The robbers took cash and also robbed a patron of the store. Nobody was hurt during the robbery and the suspects fled the scene prior to officers’ arrival.

The robbers are described as two black males, between 5-8” and 6-0”, thin, and in their early 20s.

One was wearing a white mask described as a “Jason Mask” and the other was wearing a bandanna over his face.

Madison also had an armed robbery at a gas station approximately 30 minutes before this incident, which authorities believe may be related.

In this incident, both suspects were masked also and the mask was described as a “Michael Myers Mask” (which is similar to a Jason Mask).

A handgun was used in both incidents.

Anyone with information relating to this case is encouraged to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014 or the Marshall Police Department at 655-3533. Chief John Nault Marshall Police Department 608-655-3533.

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