Milford Police Release Suspect Images in Armed Robbery at Granite Gulf
Enhanced photographs of the suspect in a Dec. 5 armed robbery at Granite Gulf were released Friday by Milford Police. Police also released photos of a vehicle involved in the crime.
Milford Police are asking the public to view a series of photographs taken from security cameras at Granite Gulf gas station, to see if they can identify the suspect or the getaway vehicle.
According to an email message from Detective Michael Mastroianni, the robber entered Granite Gulf about 7:18 p.m. last Wednesday, and fired a handgun twice inside the gas station at attendants.
"We are trying to identify the suspect, and believe that the vehicle in the images was the vehicle used as a get away car," Mastroianni wrote. "The vehicle struck a rock in the parking lot, and should have some damage to the passenger side front and side."
The suspect was described by witnesses as a white male, about 6' to 6'2" and of thin build.
No one was injured in the robbery, but an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from the business.
Any information can be directed to the Milford Police Department Detective Division by contacting the main phone number at (508) 473-1113.
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