UPDATE: Troopers ID suspect in armed robbery of Settlers Bay gas station

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — Update 6:34 a.m., 10/21
Alaska State Troopers have identified the suspect in the Settlers Bay Chevron gunpoint robbery.

AST has not released the suspect's name.

Update (4:32 p.m.) - According to troopers, an investigation revealed only the gunman was involved in the robbery. Troopers say the three unarmed males pictured earlier are no longer suspects.

The white truck associated with the robbery has been found.

Original story (11:14 a.m.) - Alaska State Troopers are asking for help from the public in identifying four young males wanted in connection to an armed robbery of the Settlers Bay Chevron early Friday morning.

Troopers say they responded to a robbery in progress at the Chevron on Knik-Goose Bay Road in Wasilla shortly after 2 a.m. Friday.

Four males approximately 16 to 22 years old reportedly entered the store. One of the suspects held two employees at gunpoint demanding cash.

The group drove away northbound on KGB Road in a white, newer model Chevy or GMC crew cab truck with a truck bed cover.

The suspects got away with $100 cash.

Troopers want anyone with information about the incident or anyone who can identify the suspects in the photos to contact AST Dispatch at 907-352-5401 or Crime Stoppers at 907-745-3333.

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From Alaska State Troopers
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