HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - The clerk at the Clark Gas Station located at 5114 Old Troy Pike, was robbed at gunpoint late Friday night. After the suspect fled on foot, the clerk called Huber Heights police.
The clerk told police that the man came in just before closing, walked around the store for a few minutes before showing a weapon and demanding money be put into a white bag. Once the money was put in the bag, the suspect then demanded several cartons of Newport cigarettes and Black and Mild cigars.
He then fled on foot in an unknown direction.
When police arrived, they called in assistance from the Riverside police's K-9 unit. The K-9 picked up a scent, but lost it a few blocks away at an abandoned house. A search of the house was made but the suspect was not found.
Surveillance video shows the suspect was wearing a lime green hooded sweatshirt with a very distinct blue, white and black pattern on it. He was also wearing black pants and black boots or dress shoes. He is about 6'0 tall and weighs about 180 pounds, according to police.
If you know anything about the robbery or have seen the suspect please call Huber heights police at 937-233-1565 or Crime Stoppers at (937) 222-STOP(7867).
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