For the second time in as many weeks, a knife-wielding suspect robbed
the Husky gas station on Victoria Street E in Alliston, just before
midnight on Saturday.
"A lone male entered the store and while brandishing a knife, made a
demand for cash," OPP reported. "The male then quickly left the store
undisclosed amount of money was obtained. The store employee was not
injured during the robbery."
Nottawasaga OPP, ERT and K-9 were involved in the suspect search, who's
still at large.
The male suspect is described as six feet tall, skinny build, black
bushy shoulder length hair. The suspect was wearing skateboard
shoes, a scarf wrapped around his face,and hooded sweatshirt.
Police did not report whether the two armed robberies were connected.
The first robbery, which took place on May 5, also involved a knife.
That suspect is described as male, white, approximately 170-173 cm
(5'7"- 5'8") in height, thin in stature with short, dark hair. He was
wearing blue jeans, a black jacket with a hood over his head and white
running shoes. He had a black knapsack and was wearing a white scarf
over his nose and mouth.