- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014

NOTUS, Idaho (AP) - Law enforcement officers in southwestern Idaho are looking for two suspects after a man was apparently shot to death in a Notus convenience store.

Canyon County Sheriff’s deputy Marv Dashiell says the victim is believed to be the convenience store clerk.

A passerby called 911 early Wednesday morning to report suspicious circumstances at the Jackson’s convenience store in Notus. Deputies found the dead man inside the store, along with what the sheriff’s office said was evidence of a serious and violent crime.

Deputies are looking for two men who are considered suspects in the case and believed to be armed and dangerous. Both men were wearing dark balaclava-style face masks and gloves. Police are also searching for a Black 2007 Lincoln MKZ with Idaho license plates.

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