UncategorizedArmed bandit holds up Leechburg gas station

January 21, 2011by admin0

Armed bandit holds up Leechburg gas station

A armed bandit made off with cash from a Leechburg gas station Thursday evening.

The robber walked into the Sunoco store at 265 Market St.

The suspect was wearing all black and a face mask. The mask covered so much of the man face, his race couldn be determined. He brandished a dark handgun.

“We believe it was a male from the voice,” Diebold said.

Police are looking at surveillance video from the store for clues to the robber identity.

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