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Wauseon police need help identifying this armed robbery suspect Wauseon police need help identifying this armed robbery suspect

Wauseon police need your help identifying a man who robbed a drive through convenience store at gun point. We have exclusive video that you will only find on Toledo News Now.

Police say a female clerk was robbed at gunpoint of outside the Continental Drive Thru Friday around 10p.m. She was the only person inside at the time.

The man ran into the store and later took money out of the cash register. The police chief says the thief completely cleaned out the drawer. He says they have received several tips as to who the armed robber may be, but they are still looking for more help.

"Even if we already got the suspect, please contact us, let us know. It never hurts. I would rather have 15 calls on the same person than someone saying ‘they probably already know about him,'" said Keith Torbet, Wauseon Police Chief.

If you have any information call 419-335-3821.

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