Goose Creek police are searching for three men accused of robbing a Sprint store at gunpoint Tuesday evening.
Officers responded to the Sprint store at 216 St. James Avenue concerning an armed robbery that occurred shortly after 7 p.m., an incident report states.
A 22-year-old Sprint employee told police that a man approached him and asked if the business repaired iPhones. The employee responded that the store did not, an incident report states.
The apparent customer proceeded to browse the store for a moment before he pointed a gun at the employee and ordered him to the ground, police said.
Two other men who were lingering in the parking lot then ran inside the store and demanded that the employee hand over his keys to the cash register and storage where new merchandise was held, the report states.
The men fled the store with an unknown amount of cash and merchandise, the employee reported.
All three suspects were described as tall, black men with short hair, between 20 and 30 years old, the report states.
The men wore black shirts and jeans. One of the men also wore a green jacket, police said.
Anyone with information on the robbery can call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.
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