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Odessa 7-11 Clerk Robbed at Gunpoint

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NewsWest 9

ODESSA - Scary moments for a 7-11 clerk Thursday morning.

Police say two men entered the store at 600 South Grandview around 1 a.m. One of them was armed with a handgun.

21-year-old Fajarick Williams allegedly pointed the gun at the clerk and demanded money from the safe.

Police say the second suspect, 22-year-old Darrian Hunter, jumped behind the counter and took cash from the register.

Both men took off on foot.

The suspects were seen by officers running in the 1500 block of Riley. Odessa Police K-9 found Hunter hiding in a dumpster in the south alley of the 1500 block of Riley. The K-9 found Williams hiding in an abandoned apartment complex at Riley and Barrett.

Both were arrested and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.

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