Two teenagers are taken to Mclaughlin Youth Center after armed robbery.

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by Pearl-Grace Rasmussen

   ANCHORAGE -- Police arrest two teenagers following a robbery at a South Anchorage convenience store and believe there is a third suspect.

Police say it happened just before five Sunday morning.
They say a silent hold up alarm was signaled at the holiday station on Huffman Road.
Store employees told police that two males robbed the business at gunpoint.
Police say the suspects fled on food, but were later found by police in a surrounding neighbhorhood.
The teens were charged with robbery and assault.
Police believe there is an additional accomplice in the robbery and are asking for your help in identifying the third suspect. 

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