PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There are a lot of similarities between two recent robberies in Pittsburgh’s Knoxville neighborhood.

Both happened in less than 24 hours and were about a mile apart.

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The latest robbery was at the Sunoco Gas station on Arlington Avenue. The one before that happened at the Mini-Mart on Amanda Avenue.

It was just before nine Thursday night when police responded to the Sunoco robbery. According to Pittsburgh Public Safety, two men were involved, one had a rifle and demanded money.

Both took off with cash. No one was injured.

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Prior to that, Pittsburgh police were investigating a robbery just after midnight at the Mini-Mart Wednesday. Public Safety says someone showed a weapon and then took off with the money.

No one was injured.

For both, no arrests have been made and the investigations are ongoing.

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Public Safety can not confirm if the robberies are related.