Windsor

2 Windsor convenience stores robbed overnight

Two Windsor convenience stores were robbed overnight and police say both involved a suspect who had a knife.

Two Windsor convenience stores were robbed overnight and police say both involved a suspect who had a knife.

The first occurred at a Mac's Convenience store located in the 300 block of Mill Street, around 8 p.m. Thursday.

Police say a man wearing a ski mask and wielding a knife entered the store and demanded money.

The suspect left the store with cash and cigarettes.

Video of the incident has been posted online. It can be viewed below.

Police say the suspect is described as a 5'7" white male, who is 27 to 30 years old. He wore black clothing and a ski mask.

The second robbery occurred around 1 a.m. Friday at a convenience store located in the 800 block of Campbell Avenue.

Police say the suspect in this robbery also wore a ski mask and had a knife.

He left the store with some cash.

The suspect in this incident is described as a 25-year-old, 5'5" white man, who wore black clothing and a ski mask.

Windsor police spokesman Const. Andrew Drouillard said police are investigating if the two incidents are connected.

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