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Youngstown police issue surveillance of robbery suspect

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Police are hoping surveillance images will lead them to a suspect in a Thursday morning robbery.

A cab driver tells police that a man he had taken to convenience stores on the west and south sides of town, pulled a gun as he sat in the back seat of the cab. The suspect took $40 cash and a cell phone from the driver.

The robber fled from the vehicle on the 100 block of Wesley Avenue.

The driver was not injured.

Police are circulating two images of the suspect from the surveillance camera at the Mahoning Avenue Circle K.

The suspect is described as follows:

  • Male
  • Black - Light complexion
  • 22 years old
  • 5 ft, 10 in
  • 150 lbs.
  • Medium build
  • Afro hair style
  • Clean shaven 

Youngstown police would like any one who can identify the suspect to contact them.

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