Armed robberies at opposite ends of Saskatoon Tuesday night have police looking for two women and a man.
The first incident was just after 8 p.m. at a business on the 2200 block of Rayner Avenue in Sutherland.
According to police, two women with bandanas over their faces went into the business and demanded cash, but left empty handed.
About 30 minutes later police were called to a business on the 900 block of Northumberland Avenue.
It’s after two women, with the same description, and a man went in demanding money and left with cash and cigarettes.
During the robberies, the women were wearing dark clothing with bandanas covering their faces, one had a knife the other was armed with a gun.
The man involved was wearing similar clothes and disguise.
No arrest have been made, and there were no injuries.