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Texaco on Oglesby Bridge robbed
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Two unidentified black males robbed the One Stop Texaco station at the intersection of Hwy. 212 and Oglesby Bridge Rd on Saturday, Sept. 4.

A Rockdale County Sheriff's Deputy responded to an armed robbery call from the incident which occurred shortly after 9 p.m.

The attendant who was robbed stated that two black men entered the store and one of them drew a black, semi automatic pistol and told him to open the cash drawer.

The other subject, wearing gloves, then came behind the counter and emptied the lottery cash drawer and the register as the attendant was laying on the ground, per instructions.

Once they had the cash the two subjects left the store heading north.

According to the report, the attendant was shaken up and unable to provide much of a physical description, but stated "both subjects were of a thin build with one around 6-foot-3 and the other 6-foot."

The report states that it is possible they left in a white Chrysler Sebring convertible.