2 teenage girls charged in Prince Albert robbery

Prince Albert police have identified and charged two masked girls who robbed a gas station Sunday night.

Teenagers robbed gas station while masked and hooded

The Canadian Tire gas station in Prince Albert, Sask., was robbed Sunday. (Google Maps)

Prince Albert, Sask., police have identified and charged two masked girls who robbed a gas station Sunday night. 

The girls were armed with a knife when they robbed the Canadian Tire gas station in Prince Albert just before 8 p.m. CST.

They fled the scene on foot with cash and cigarettes, police said. 

A 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-old girl have been charged with robbery with a weapon.

Both suspects will make their first appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court on Tuesday.