Police seek armed man who robbed Prince/Romero Circle K - Tucson News Now

Police seek armed man who robbed Prince/Romero Circle K

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Police were swarming an area around West Prince and West Romero roads for a long time Saturday night, according to several Tucson News Now viewers who called to ask what was going on. Some viewers reported hearing a helicopter overhead and police yelling for more than an hour.

It turns out, there was an armed robbery at the Circle K at 1785 W. Prince Rd., and police were searching for the suspect, according to the Tucson Police Department.

Nobody was injured during the robbery, according to a TPD email.

However, the suspect wasn't caught, Tucson News Now learned after a followup inquiry Sunday morning.

Police are looking for a white man in his mid-20s, 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighing about 120 pounds.

If you have information about the incident to share with law enforcement, call 911 or the 88-CRIME anonymous tip line.

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