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Police searching for robbery suspect

Suspect walking in Family Dollar (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.) Suspect walking in Family Dollar (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.)
Suspect walking in Family Dollar (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.) Suspect walking in Family Dollar (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.)

JONESBORO, AR  (KAIT) – Residents in Jonesboro are urged to call police if they have any information about a robbery late Sunday night.

According to Jonesboro Police, a man, wearing all black with a Florida State baseball hat, robbed the Family Dollar on Johnson.

Surveillance video captured the man walking into the store with a cell phone, according to Jonesboro Police. The suspect was also wearing a pair of black and white Converse shoes.

According to the report, the suspect told a clerk that he was armed with a handgun, but the clerk and manager never saw it.

If you anything about this case, it may be worth cash. Call Crimestoppers at 935-STOP. Any and all tips will remain anonymous.

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