Published May 1, 2014
Police seek attempted armed robber
By Julie Snyder email@example.com
HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the April 29 attempted armed robbery at the Speedway Gas Station located on Jefferson in Harrison Township.
According to a sheriff’s report, the white male suspect entered the busy gas station at approximately 6:42 p.m. The man produced what appeared to be a small caliber handgun and pointed it at the male clerk, demanding that he give him all the money in the cash drawer.
The clerk refused to give the suspect money, and the suspect left the store and entered a small, dark-colored SUV, possibly a Dodge Journey. The vehicle left southbound on Jefferson.
The man is described as in his 20’s, approximately 6 feet 3 with a thin build. He had short, dark hair.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office, Detective Bureau at (586) 307-9358 or (586) 307-9412.
- 7 DAYS
- 30 DAYS
- Farewell to the Field event takes a look back - Clawson
- Rock community ready to roast local show promoter - Roseville
- Military museum announces upcoming event plans - Eastpointe
- Don’t be behind the curve on roundabouts - Metro Detroit
- Tour the chocolate factory with Lamphere High’s ‘Willy Wonka’ - Madison Heights
- Bank robbers detained after high-speed pursuit - Harrison Township
- Kroger receives approval for $25 million marketplace - Royal Oak
- Stolen wedding ring a fake report, police say - St. Clair Shores
- Police investigate fatal single-vehicle crash - Shelby Township
- Construction continues at Macomb Mall - Roseville
- Frankenfoods: Are GMOs as scary as people think? - Metro Detroit
- Man in skeleton hoodie robs 7-Eleven - St. Clair Shores
- Jump for Trevor helps teen in need of a heart transplant - Southfield
- Berkley, Huntington Woods rank in top 10 places to live in Michigan - Berkley
- Stolen wedding ring a fake report, police say
- Henry, longtime police K-9, to retire April 17
- Construction continues at Macomb Mall
- Berkley, Huntington Woods rank in top 10 places to live in Michigan
- NAMM award is sweet music to UCS
- Rock community ready to roast local show promoter
- Jazz pros, students to celebrate music of past and present at April 30 concert