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Search underway for 3 masked men who robbed Goodwill

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(Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department) (Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department)
Police say a tote bag like this one was stolen from one of the victims. Police say a tote bag like this one was stolen from one of the victims.
(Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department) (Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department)
(Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department) (Photo from the Mt. Juliet Police Department)
MOUNT JULIET, TN (WSMV) -

The search is on for the three masked men who police say robbed a Goodwill and everyone  inside at gunpoint.

Police say the three men broke in through the back door of the store at 1321 N. Mt. Juliet Road just after 8 p.m. Tuesday.

According to police, the men pointed guns at staff members and got cash from the register.

The men also took a tote bag from one of the victims.

One of the employees was pushed to the ground, but police say no one was injured during the robbery.

The suspects are all described as black males between the ages of 18 and 30. One of the men has a husky build and is 5'9". Police say he was wearing a black jacket with a fur-trimmed hood, blue jeans and a black bandana over his face.

The second man is said to be 5'11" with an average build and was wearing a gray hooded jacket with black-colored shoulders, blue jeans and a navy bandana over his face.

The third man has a thin build and is 5'11". He was wearing a black hooded jacket, a white undershirt, khaki or camouflage pants and a white bandana over his face.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Mt. Juliet Police Department at (615) 754-2550.

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