Men wanted for questioning in store robbery

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- A 62-year-old man got quite a shock as he was attacked and robbed in a convenience store on N.W. 23rd St.

"I was caught by surprise, very much by surprise," Randy, the victim, said. "You don't really look to go to war when you go in to buy gas."

Now Oklahoma City Police are releasing video of two men in the 7-Eleven they would like to talk to about the crime. 

One is wearing a white tank top, the other a yellow shirt. 

They are seen milling around the ATM machine.

Randy said he got $500 out of the ATM and then went to the cashier to make some purchases. 

He said that's when he was attacked.

"All of a sudden the guy came up from behind and pinned me against the counter," he said. "We struggled and he tried to grab the money, of course I held onto it. He pulled me back down on my back. I struggled to my feet and tried to catch him as he went out the door."

Police ask anyone with information to call CrimeStoppers at (405) 235-7300.

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