The Second Squad reports the details of a robbery that occurred at 10:45pm on Friday, April 14, 2023, in Hicksville.According to Detectives, a late model four door sedan black colored Nissan Altima entered the BP Gas Station, 300 North Broadway. Suspect one exits the vehicle, enters the gas station market and purchases a lighter. Suspect one is described as a male Hispanic, light complexion, black colored braided style hair, unshaven beard, heavy build, approximately 5’9”, 230 lbs., in his late 30’s, tattoos on both arms, wearing a black colored short sleeve t-shirt, blue denim shorts, black and white sneakers with a white shirt draped over his left shoulder. Suspect two walks to the market from 16th Street, enters and walks to the cold refrigerator section and removes a drink, as he walks toward the male clerk victim, 21, Suspect one is leaving the market. Suspect two asks the clerk for items located behind the register on the wall, as the clerk turned to obtain the merchandise, subject two reached over the counter, grabbed the register by force and left the market. Suspect two is described as a male black, dark complexion, approximately 5’11”, 210 lbs., wearing a light colored gray hooded sweatshirt, darker gray colored sweatpants, a light green colored baseball style cap, a dark colored bandana style face mask, green and black colored gloves and red sneakers; the sweatshirt hood is worn over his head and hat. The third suspect stays with the vehicle parked at the gas pumps. Suspect three is described as a male white, late thirties, thin build, approximately 5’10, 170 lbs., brown hair, brown beard, wearing a white long sleeve shirt, black colored athletic pants with a red stripe down the legs, red colored Champion slide sandals, a black colored baseball style cap with a teal-colored brim on backwards. As suspect two exits the store running toward 16th Street, Suspects one and two abruptly drive away out of the station on N. Broadway toward 16th Street and pick up the third suspect and continue to flee the scene. The proceeds were an undetermined amount of US currency. No injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing.Detective’s request anyone with information regarding this crime to please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS or call 911. All callers will remain anonymous.