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November 09, 2015

WATCH: Suspects sought in connection with gunpoint robbery of North Philly shop

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Philadelphia police are seeking two men who, law enforcement officials said, are responsible for robbing a North Philadelphia store at gunpoint on Nov. 8.

Philadelphia police are seeking the public's help identifying and locating two men police say robbed Germantown Food Market Murrays on Sunday at about 10:45 a.m.

Police said that at that time, two armed men rushed into the market at 2516 Germantown Ave., announced a robbery and threatened the 56-year-old male employee inside. 

According to police, the store's surveillance tape shows the employee walking out of the store, and the suspects take an unknown amount of money from the cash register and several packs of SEPTA tokens and cigarettes before fleeing the store on foot.

Watch the video here: 

Police said they were last seen heading toward Huntingdon Street.

Police said the first wanted man is a black male and is believed to be 23 years old, 5 feet 11 inches tall and weigh 180 to 200 pounds. At the time of the incident, police said he wore a gray mask over his face, a gray hooded sweatshirt with gray horizontal stripes, gray pants, white gloves and was armed with a handgun. 

According to police, the second suspect is also a black male and is about 21 years old, 5 feet 11 inches tall and has a thin build. At the time of the incident, police said he was wearing a gray mask covering his face, a black hooded jacket with the hood up, gray pants, white gloves and was also armed with a handgun.

Anyone with information is urged to call Philadelphia police at (215) 686-8477 or text a tip to 773847. 

Also, tips can be sent anonymously to police here.