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2 gas stations robbed overnight

Norwood police are searching for a suspect who held up the Speedway gas station on Williams Avenue early Monday. (FOX19 NOW/Adam Schrand) Norwood police are searching for a suspect who held up the Speedway gas station on Williams Avenue early Monday. (FOX19 NOW/Adam Schrand)
SOUTH FAIRMONT, OH (FOX19) -

Police are investigating after two gas stations were robbed in Norwood and South Fairmount early Monday.

No one was hurt in either incident, and no arrests were made.

Two masked men armed with handguns held up the United Dairy Farmers store in the 1800 block of Queen City Avenue just before 2:30 a.m., said Lt. Matt Hammer, Cincinnati police's night chief.

The suspect demanded and fled with "property," he said. Details on what was taken were not released.

The suspects were both described as black. One wore a black zip-up jacket with white stripes on the sleeves and light colored jeans.

The second wore a black jacket with gray sleeves and a red baseball cap.

In Norwood, police said they plan to review surveillance video from the Speedway gas station on Williams Avenue after it also was held up just before 2:30 a.m.

A man in his 20s walked into the store and handed an employee a note demanding cash.

He fled with an undetermined amount and remains at large.

A weapon was not seen or implied.

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