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    Posted May 4, 2014 by
    Shawnee, Oklahoma

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    Third Gas Station Robbery


    Shawnee, OK-- The gas station robber strikes again, taunting police for a third time. Saturday at approximately 3:30 PM a black male, matching the description from two robberies Tuesday, entered the Pflash Gas station at 623 W. Farrall St.


    Police suspect the same man is responsible for the robberies at Pflash Gas Station at 623 W. Farrall St. and the Kwick Stop at 1111 Center St. Tuesday night, making it the third robbery and second time the Pflash has been robbed in less than a week.


    Tuesday, April 29 at 6:59 PM the Pflash was robbed at gunpoint by a black male. He was wearing all black with the lower portion of his face veiled with a bandana. Surveillance video shows he brandished what appeared to be a 9mm semi-automatic pistol, holding the clerk at gunpoint. The suspect, who appeared to be around 18 years old, demanded money from the cashier and left on foot westbound and then south.


    Less than two hours later, at 8:15 PM, a man matching the description at Pflash entered the Kwick Stop at 1111 E. Independence St. but this time another black male assisted him. One male had a blue bandana over his face, the other a black bandana. Both were wearing gloves and left on foot westbound, making off with cash from the register.


    Police set up a perimeter yesterday after responding to the scene until 5:00 PM. K-9 units were dispatched but were unable to locate the suspect.


    Anyone who has information is urged to call the Shawnee Police Department at 405-273-2121

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