Employees Struck In Head During Armed Robbery
COLUMBIA - Two convenience store employees were struck over the head with a handgun when four men entered the store and demanded money early Monday morning.
Columbia Police responded to the armed robbery at Phillips 66 at the intersection of West Ash & Stadium Boulevard at 3:01 a.m. Monday. The employees told police the men forced the employees behind the counter before getting an "undetermined amount" of cash from the registers.
One of the men, armed with a handgun, struck the employees in the head with the weapon.
The employees did not need medical treatment, and no arrests have been made.