Charlotte, Vt. - Vermont State Police say two employees at the Charlotte Ferry were victims of an armed robbery on Friday morning.
According to police, at around 3:42 a.m., two men with hoodies and a handgun forced the employees to give up an undisclosed amount of cash on the Lake Champlain Ferry Dock.
Police say the suspects took off on foot and are believed to have left in a vehicle.
Officials say the ferry delayed its start time this morning, but now running normally.
Any with information about the robbery is asked to contact Vermont State Police at (802) 878-7111.
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