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HOUSTON Three suspects stormed inside a T-Mobile store Wednesday afternoon in northwest Harris County and pistol-whipped two employees, including a pregnant woman, according to witnesses.

The robbery happened around 1:30 p.m. in the 12000 block of W. FM 1960.

A witness said one of the guys was armed with what looked like an AK-47, and one of the employees pistol-whipped is pregnant.

Both of the pistol-whipped T-Mobile employees were taken away by ambulance. Their conditions were unknown.

A woman who works next door said it sounded like the criminals were determined to get away with money and merchandise.

I overheard yelling and commotion and things being thrown around, said the worker who wanted to remain anonymous. I heard one of the guys yell at someone, and say give me all the money and all the phones that you have.

There were at least two customers inside the store and they were not physically harmed. No word on what was stolen.

Authorities were searching for the suspects, but did not have solid descriptions of them.

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