Police in Walton County are looking for two men who allegedly robbed a convenience store and hurt the store clerk during the robbery.
It happened on Friday, August 11th.
Investigators tell News 4, two men walked into the Expresses-BP store at I-10 and Highway 331 in DeFuniak Springs.
One of the suspects pushed down the female clerk, and hit her over the head with a metal dolly.
The clerk suffered a wound, which required more than 50 stitches.
DeFuniak Springs Police are handing out fliers with composite sketches of two men.
Both have dark complexions. One has black hair with corn rows and the other has dreadlocks.
Bill Chapman of the Walton County Sheriff's Department said the clerk is, "Suffering from injuries she received. She is also suffering emotionally. She is very concerned for her safety, and is very worried that they may come back at this time."
Investigators say the two men were in a shiny red, mid-sized car.
If anyone has info that would be helpful to investigators, you can call DeFuniak Springs Police at 850-892-8511, or 850-892-8513.
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