East Price Hill BP robbed at gunpoint Sunday morning - Tucson News Now

East Price Hill BP robbed at gunpoint Sunday morning

EAST PRICE HILL (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Police are looking for a suspect that robbed a BP in East Price Hill on Sunday morning.

Police say that just after 8:00 a.m., the suspect, who is described as a black male from 30-35-years-old robbed the store at 3749 Glenway with a black handgun. The suspect had a mask or bandana on that covered his nose and mouth. He had the gun in his right hand when he demanded that the clerk open the cash register. He then reached into the cash drawer with his left hand.

The suspect then took off on foot down Warsaw towards McDonalds.

He is believed to be wearing an orange, black, and white horizontal striped shirt that is mostly orange. He is also believed to have a tattoo on his left hand.

Police are actively searching for the suspect in the area.

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