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Video shows men crashing SUV into gas station, stealing cigarettes

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A gas station had to clean up the mess after robbers drove an SUV into the store overnight.

It happened at the Shell station on Elm Hill Pike around 1 a.m.

In a surveillance video, an SUV is seen smashing into the doors, and a man goes around the counter to help himself to cigarettes.

The owner said two men may have been involved, the driver and the man who came inside to get the cigarettes.

The men got away in a Chevy Trailblazer, and police said they hope surveillance video will help them find the robbers.

The gas station is back open after incident.

Those with any information on the robbery should call law enforcement.

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