ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA)- Police are on the lookout for a woman, accused of robbing a Sunoco gas station in Ross Township.

It happened just before midnight, at the Sunoco on Perry Highway.

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Sai Jagan was inside the story and witnessed the robbery.

“She just said, ‘Open your counter and give me the money.’ I came out rushing, we looked around and didn’t find the vehicle she was in, so I dialed 911,” Jagan said.

Jagan was inside the store visiting his friend, who was the clerk at the Sunoco gas station.

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His friend says the woman was wearing a black hoodie pulled over her head. She was in her 30’s and was around 5-feet to 5-feet-3-inches tall. She allegedly fled in a silver SUV.

“Obviously, we were scared, because she was holding a weapon inside her hoodie,” said Jagan.

The woman may have fled down Bellevue Road. Ross Township Police are investigating the robbery.

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