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Armed Robbery Suspect Cuts Phone Lines In Post Falls...Do You Know Who This Is?

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POST FALLS, ID – On March 10, 2014 at approximately 10:50 am, officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at Check & Go, 740 N Cecil Rd. #114 Post Falls, Idaho.

The employee at the business described the suspect as a Caucasian male, possibly in his 40’s to 50’s, 5’10”-6’0” tall and weighing 200-220 lbs. He said the male was wearing a dark/medium blue zipped up hooded sweat jacket with blue jeans.The employee stated that the male entered the business and approached the counter stating that he had a gun, although no gun was seen by the employee.

The suspect demanded cash and as the employee was complying with the demand, the suspect displayed a knife and cut the phone cords on two phones.

The suspect fled the area on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area and detectives were called to the scene to process evidence.

If you have any information, questions, or comments you may contact the Post Falls Police Department at (208) 773-3517, Detective Mason at (208) 777-2684 or contact the Police Department through our website www.postfallspolice.com.
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