April 26, 2014 9:05 pm

Saskatoon woman sentenced in Hague gas station robbery

A Saskatoon woman has been sentenced to jail for her involvement in an armed robbery at a gas station in Hague, Saskatchewan.

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SASKATOON – A Saskatoon woman has been sentenced to over six years in prison for her involvement in an armed robbery at a gas station in Hague, Saskatchewan.

April Moostoos, 32, was sentenced Friday for a number of convictions including robbery with a firearm and committing an offence while wearing a mask.

She is also prohibited from ever owning firearms and must submit a DNA sample.

On Feb. 14, five suspects filled up their car at a gas station before entering the gas station wearing balaclavas.

Armed with a gun and a knife, the group forced a lone employee, a 64-year-old man, to the ground and used laces to tie him up behind the cash register.

They then grabbed cash, cigarettes and lottery tickets before taking off in a light silver four-door Pontiac sedan.

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The employee was able to free himself and call for help.

He was not injured.

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