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Armed robbery at Pick Quick in Geneva: Police seeking public’s help

On Monday around 6 a.m. police responded to the Pick Quick gas station on North Street in Geneva for an armed robbery in progress.

Upon arrival, they located the victim, the clerk of the gas station, bound by an extension cord. officers learned that two males entered the store, displayed a black semi-automatic pistol and demanded money from the registers.

The two men stole a cash register and a large sum of money. Before fleeing they tied up the employee with an extension cord.

Police say they fled in an early-2000s Toyota Corolla, which was tan-colored, and headed north on Route 14.

The victim is currently being treated for minor injuries at a local medical facility.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Geneva Police Department.