Two Bronx convenience store employees were attacked by a group of armed crooks early Friday, cops said.
Five suspects barged into the store on Grand Concourse near East 170th Street in Mount Eden around 3 a.m., two of them flashing guns, police said.
The group then pistol-whipped a 56-year-old man who worked at the store, and stabbed a 37-year-old male employee in the neck, authorities said.
Then they took off with an undetermined amount of cash, cops said. They have yet to be caught, but a gun was recovered at the store.
The older victim refused medical attention and the younger man was taken to Lincoln Medical Center for treatment, cops said.