Police are investigating the robbery of a store that was robbed for the second time in one week

At around 11:10 p.m. on Wednesday, a man walked into the 7-11 store on Cluff Crossing Road and demanded money from the female clerk, according to police. 

Police say the suspect fits the descripton of the man involved in the Jan. 21 robbery of the store. 

In the Jan. 27 incident, police say the suspect was wearing blue jeans, dark shoes, a red jacket, a red hat and a gray scarf pulled up to cover his face. 

According to police, the suspect ordered the clerk to give him cash from two registers. 

Police say the man kept his hand in a pocket and made the clerk believe he had a weapon. 

Police say the suspect fled the store toward the Lancelot Court condominium complex. 

Nobody was hurt during the incident. 

Anybody with information on the robberies is urged to call police at 603-890-2314.

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