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Vermont State Police look for suspect in Richmond store armed robbery


RICHMOND, Vermont — Police are investigating an armed holdup of a convenience store in the Vermont town of Richmond.

Police say the Cumberland Farms clerk called 911 Tuesday night after being robbed at gunpoint.

Police believe the suspect had a vehicle parked nearby and drove away before police arrived.

He's described as being about 5-feet-6-inches tall, with a small build and was wearing a bandanna over his face. Police have released surveillance photos of the suspect taken from a store camera.

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