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Searcy store clerk robbed at gunpoint

SEARCY, AR (KAIT)- A store clerk in Searcy was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning. Now, Searcy police are looking for the person responsible for the hold-up and his getaway truck.

Police say the armed robbery happened at the Valero gas station at 2000 South Main around 1 a.m.

The clerk told police a man pointed a gun at him when the clerk was behind the front desk. The suspect demanded cash and once he got it, he drove away in what was described as a black truck with body damage and no muffler.

The suspect was described as a white male wearing a black hoodie and a mask covering half of his face, according to police.

Region 8 News will continue to track this story and bring you any new details as they develop.

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