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Archive for Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Police seek help identifying robber

April 16, 2008

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On April 9, 2008 at approximately 2145 hours an unknown male entered  the Glass House Liquor Store (2301 Wakarusa) armed with a gun and robbed  the clerk.  Prior to the robbery the suspect was observed walking from the east  and after the robbery the suspect was again observed walking back towards the  east. 

Below is an image of the suspect during the robbery. The Lawrence Police  Department is asking anyone who may have witnessed the subject before or  after the robbery or has information about this robbery to call the Investigations  Division (785-830-7430) or CRIME STOPPERS.

On April 9, 2008 at approximately 2145 hours an unknown male entered the Glass House Liquor Store (2301 Wakarusa) armed with a gun and robbed the clerk. Prior to the robbery the suspect was observed walking from the east and after the robbery the suspect was again observed walking back towards the east. Below is an image of the suspect during the robbery. The Lawrence Police Department is asking anyone who may have witnessed the subject before or after the robbery or has information about this robbery to call the Investigations Division (785-830-7430) or CRIME STOPPERS.

Security camera photo of robbery suspect released

Lawrence police release a security camera photo of a gunman who robbed the Glass house Liquor Store last week. Enlarge video

Lawrence police have released a security camera photograph taken last week when a man robbed a liquor store.

Police hope someone will recall seeing the gunman before or after the robbery, which occurred at 9:45 p.m. April 9 at Glass House Liquor Store, 2301 Wakarusa Drive.

The robber wore a mask and gloves and was armed with a handgun. He was dressed in black, including a hooded jacket. He was seen before the robbery walking from the east and afterward he walked toward the east, police said.

Anyone with information that might help police is asked to call detectives at 830-7430 or 843-TIPS.

Comments

iplaysupernintendo 6 years ago

This business would be wise to put a camera near the front door, allowing a photo of his face both when he entered the store and when he left.

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smartmomma 6 years ago

afterward he walked toward the east, police saidI'm sure was WALKING after he robbed the place......

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OldEnuf2BYurDad 6 years ago

As if there is any chance that photo will lead to an arrest.

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Multidisciplinary 6 years ago

How far east, like across the street to the Aberdeen Apartments? Or down the Parkway east?I see people who look like this man frequently walking up Wakarusa towards the stores a lot.

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smitty 6 years ago

Maybe because the help needs monitoring in their use of the cash register more than identification of robbers is needed.

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WHY 6 years ago

Really??? This is the best place to put a camera. Why not have one behind the counter looking up at his face.

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