STRATFORD, Conn. -- Someone threatened a store clerk with a rifle during a robbery at the 24/7 Express on Barnum Avenue early Friday morning, according to the Connecticut Post.
Police told the Connecticut Post that the rifle had a large scope on it. The robber pointed it at the store clerk and threatened to shoot if he didn't turn over money, the Connecticut Post reported. The clerk then gave $200 to the robber, who fled across Barnum Avenue to Broadridge Avenue, according to the Connecticut Post.
Police searched the area with the department K-9, and found a .22 caliber rifle, a $10 bill and a pair of sunglasses, according to the Connecticut Post. The robber was described as wearing a black ski mask, white pants and black gloves, according to the Connecticut Post.
Anyone with information on the robbery should contact Det. Joseph Legen at (203) 385-4141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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