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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Clerk punched in convenience store robbery

Posted By on Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 9:08 AM

A resistant clerk got punched in the face but may have reduced a robber's take in a robbery this morning at the Shell Super Stop at 4100 W. Markham (across the street from UAMS Park Plaza). The police report:

On 01-05-12 at approximately 0647 hrs officers responded to a Robbery Alarm at the Shell Super Stop located at 4100 W Markham. Upon arrival officers made contact with store clerk who advised that a black male described as in his late 20’s early 30’s, medium complexion, clean shaven, wearing a black hoodie jacket, blue and white plaid button up shirt, blue jeans and a red scarf entered the business and walked to the cappuccino machine and made a coffee. The subject then walked to counter with the scarf around his face and attempted to take the cash register. The clerk fought over the cash register with the subject during which time the subject punched the clerk in the face before grabbing a small amount of money and fleeing the business. The suspect fled in an older 80’s model dark brown Lincoln Centennial with no license plate.

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