CLOVER -- Police are searching for two men who robbed a local store shortly after 10 p.m., March 18.
The pair entered the store at 418 S. Main St. around 10:15 that evening, pointed a small silver semi-automatic handgun at the clerk, and ordered her to fill a pillowcase with cash from the register, and the "check cashing money".
Both were white, one wore a blue shirt, the other wore a black jacket and a light colored bandanna over his face. Both were also wearing gloves, according to a police report.
Surveillance tapes show the men enter the store, and police have determined the one wearing the black jacket carried the gun.
A York County Sheriff's Office canine unit was called out to help search for the suspects, but the dog lost their scent at a pair of tire tracks the report stated belonged to a small car.
The robbers made off with approximately $1,000 in cash, no one was injured during the robbery, according to the report.