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Robbers hold up Seattle grocery with shotgun

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Associated Press
SEATTLE -- Police are looking for three robbers who held up a Seattle grocery with a shotgun and hit one of the employees to get into the safe.
Police say the men were wearing hooded sweatshirts when they entered the Grocery Outlet store before 7 a.m. Friday, before it opened for business.
They forced employees into an office and forced them to open a safe. One employee was struck in the face.
The robbers fled in a waiting car.

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