For the second time in just over 24 hours, armed men robbed the Tim Horton's coffee shop at 1384 Baseline Rd.
At 9:31 p.m. Sunday, two males armed with a revolver and a knife entered the Tim Horton's through the front door, police said.
A man with a knife allegedly grabbed one of the staff and forced him to open the cash registers. The male with the gun grabbed the other staff member and forced him to the back of the coffee shop. Both males fled the scene through the back door.
The suspects are both English-speaking males of Middle-Eastern descent, police say.
The first suspect spoke English with a heavy accent and had a deep voice. He is between 20- and 24-years-old, 5'4" tall and 135 pounds. He was carrying a knife, wore a red bandanna over the lower part of his face, a black toque, black coat and gloves.
The second suspect spoke English with a slight accent and is described as 5'8" tall with a thin build, in his mid-20s with dark skin. He was wearing a red bandanna over the lower part of his face, a black hoodie pulled up, no jacket and black jeans at the time of the incident. He was carrying a revolver in his right hand, police say.
It was the second time the establishment was robbed over the weekend. Although police investigated an armed robbery there at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the incidents are not believed to be linked.