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Police are looking for a man who tried to rob two businesses this week.

The first incident was in High Ridge, Missouri around 11:30 PM, Tuesday. The suspect walked in to a Circle K, pointed a gun at the employee, and demanded money. The employee refused twice and the suspect ran away.

Then, around 2 AM Wednesday, the same suspect tried to rob a Steak n' Shake in Fenton. Again the employees refused to give in to the suspect's demands for money.

The suspect was described in both attempted robberies as a white male. He is 5’6″-5’10″ tall and weighs 130-140 pounds. He wore dark clothing and a bandana to conceal his face. 

Call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office if you have any information in this case: 636-797-5515.

 

Published in Local News
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 14:24

Police need help to ID robbery suspect

Police are still working on an open robbery case from earlier this month.

Authorities are now asking for help to ID the suspect after he was found on surveillance tape. The incident happened on July 13 in South St. Louis. A group of four men say they were robbed by two other men. The suspect's made off with cell phones and wallets. Police say that one of the suspects was captured by a surveillance camera at an area gas station. 

Anyone with information regarding the identity or location of the suspect is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.

 

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