Update Thursday 12:55p
Story updated with surveillance photos.
Police are continuing their search for three men who they say robbed a convenience store with handguns Monday night.
Officers responded at about 11:30 Monday night to the Toot-N-Totum store in the 6800 block of Wolfin Ave on a report of armed robbery.
According to police, a female clerk told them three white or Hispanic males came into the store. One of the men had something wrapped around his face and two others were wearing ski masks, the clerk told police.
Two of the men, police said, had handguns and demanded money from the cash register. An undetermined amount of money was given to them.
All three men fled to the west and no vehicle was seen, police said.
Police confirmed there may be video of this incident at a later time.
As for a description of the men, police said one was of stocky build wearing a black, long sleeved shirt with a cross and tribal graphics on it. He was also wearing blue jeans and white tennis shoes. The second man, according to police, was of a slim build and was wearing a white t-shirt with something written down the front. He was wearing blue jeans and white shoes. Police said the third man was of average build and was wearing a black hoodie with writing on the front. He was also wearing jeans but with brown leather shoes and boots.