Detectives have been unable to obtain the information necessary to identify a man involved in the armed robbery last week, police said Thursday morning, and are seeking help in finding leads.
The robbery took place at the 2211 Meriden-Waterbury store around 9 p.m. on Aug. 22, with a black male entering the store and moving behind the counter where he pointed a gun at the clerk. He was then able to escape with an undisclosed amount of cash.
"The clerk handed the suspect money from the cash register," Sgt.
Jeffrey Dobratz. "The suspect then ordered the clerk to lay on the
ground and the suspect fled the scene."An undetermined amount of money
was taken during the robbery. There were no injuries reported during the
The suspect is described as a black male in his mid
20s to early 30s, standing approximately five feet, nine inches tall and
wearing a white button down long sleeve shirt, baggie blue jeans and a
white baseball hat with a New York Yankee logo.
"It appears that the suspect fled the scene in a red sedan with a Connecticut plate on the rear of the vehicle," Dobratz said.
with any information is asked to contact the Southington Police
Department Detective Division, Det. Kyle Dobratz at (860) 378-1654.
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