Nassau County police are looking for two males who robbed a Baldwin 7-Eleven at gunpoint early Saturday morning.

The two masked robbers, possibly white or Hispanic, police said, entered the Merrick Road store at 4:18 a.m. One of robbers hopped over the counter and demanded a 22-year-old employee to put cash from the register inside a black canvas bag. He also ordered the man to give up his wallet and cell phone, police said.

Meanwhile, the other suspect ordered a 21-year-old employee to the ground and snatched his watch, police said.

They bolted from the store and ran westbound on foot, police said. It’s unclear how much money was stolen.

They were both armed with silver handguns and were wearing black ski masks, police said.

None of the employees were injured.

One of the robbers was wearing a black North Face jacket with grey on the shoulders and black pants. The other suspect was dressed in a dark jacket and khaki pants, police said.

Detectives ask anyone with information regarding the robbery to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All calls are anonymous.

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