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Grand Forks police searching for suspects in early morning attempted robbery

Police are looking for two suspects after responding to an attempted robbery report early today in the 1000 block of University Avenue in Grand Forks. Officers responded to Holiday Gas Station, 4005 S. Washington St., at 2:09 a.m., where they tal...

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Police are looking for two suspects after responding to an attempted robbery report early today in the 1000 block of University Avenue in Grand Forks.

Officers responded to Holiday Gas Station, 4005 S. Washington St., at 2:09 a.m., where they talked with a victim and two juvenile witnesses about the attempted robbery, according to a news release by the Grand Forks Police Department.

The release said the incident happened on University Avenue, where two white men attempted to rob the victim, who sustained minor injuries.

One suspect was described as having brown hair, tattoos on both arms and wearing a blue T-shirt. The other suspect was described as having blonde hair and wearing a white hat and white shirt. They left the area in a white passenger car, police said.

The release said officers canvassed the area for the suspects and collect evidence of the crime.

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No other details were immediately released.

Police encourage anyone with information about the incident to call (701) 787-8000.

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