HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Clerk looked down the barrel of a gun as thug demanded cash

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The armed robber of the Valero Shore Stop located on Rt. 50 in Trappe, Md., pauses from his felonious errand to take a good photo with the store’s security camera. 

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Clerk looked down the barrel of a gun as thug demanded cash

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TRAPPE, MD – Who gets up so early in the morning to visit a convenience store located on Rt. 50 in Trappe?  Those heading to work on the western shore of the Chesapeake.

 

Others include early morning risers wanting to pick up a cup of good coffee. Then there are the special breed of those who are in need of a fix of heroin and rush down with a gun to swoop some cash out of the register while the terrified clerk wonders if another day will dawn or that will be the day that the grim reaper calls.

 

The Maryland State Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a Talbot County convenience store on April 7, 2018, and are asking for the public’s help in identifying the armed robber. Just before 4:00 a.m., troopers from the Maryland State Police Easton Barrack responded to the Valero Shore Stop located at 3721 Ocean Gateway, Trappe, Talbot County, Maryland for a report of an armed robbery.

 

Surveillance video showed the suspect entered the store and brandished what appeared to be a black handgun.  The suspect was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black gloves, grey pants, old white tennis shoes, with a white cloth covering his face.  The suspect demanded store employee give him cash from the register.  The employee complied, and the suspect fled the store.  The employee reported no injury.

 

At this time the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division is requesting the assistance of the public to help identify the suspect shown in the above images.  Please contact TFC Dadds, Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division, at 410-819-4782 with any information.

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