Monday, September 28, 2015

North Springfield gas station robbed again


Armed robbery at Irving gas station.

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 09/25/15 at approximately 2204 hours, a masked white male attempted to rob the North Springfield Irving gas station. The suspect was described as being about 5'7" to 5"8" tall and 150 to 160 pounds. He was reportedly wearing a black bandanna, glasses, a Carhartt-type coat over a grey hooded sweatshirt, and gloves. He was reportedly armed with a handgun. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.

3 comments :

  1. Bob Lombard9/29/15, 9:10 AM

    By the description, I wonder how the sex of the robber was determined.

    The gas station must 'shine like a beacon in the night' to potential robbers. Since police coverage is apparently inadequate, maybe the station needs to close earlier?

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  2. Was he on foot or did he have a vehicle? Outside cameras might be nice.

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  3. Robbed again and again and still the owners refuse to put in a decent security camera. Those pictures look like 1990's quality digital photos. Is it really cheaper to keep getting robbed than buy decent cameras?

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