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Ogden police still seeking suspect in February robbery

Published March 19, 2013 4:35 pm
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More than a month after an Ogden convenience store clerk was severely injured during a robbery, police are still seeking the suspect in the armed hold-up.

A masked man pulled a gun on a clerk at the Fast Stop convenience store at 809 28th St. on the night of Feb. 1. The store clerk attempted to fight back by wresting the gun out of the suspect's hand, but the suspect stabbed the clerk in the eye.

Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch of the suspect. He is described as a balding white man in his early 30s, weighing about 135 pounds and standing between 5-foot-7 and 6 feet tall. He has short-clipped hair around the back and sides of his head but no hair between his forehead and the top of his head. He also has heavy acne on his cheeks and forehead and sustained a bleeding head injury on the left side of his head somewhere above the ear during the robbery.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Ogden City Police Major Crimes Bureau at 801-629-8438 or by emailing detectives@ogdencity.com.


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