Woman knocked out in strong armed robbery in Turkey Hill parking lot

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EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Police are on the lookout for two suspects who robbed and knocked out a woman in the parking of a Turkey Hill store in East Lampeter Township over the weekend.  The victim was treated at Lancaster General Hospital.

The victim told police that she had parked her vehicle at the Turkey Hill at 2000 Lincoln Highway East at about 11 pm on Sunday.  She had stopped to rent a movie from the Redox on the west side of the building. When she got out of her car she was hit on the back of her head and pulled to the ground by her hair by two male suspects.

One of the suspects, described as hispanic with a mustache, and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, punched her twice in the face knocking her unconscious.

She was awaken by an unknown man and discovered that her wallet, cash and debit card had been stolen. She then drove to the Travelodge, at 2390 Lincoln Highway East and called for an ambulance.