BY ROBERT L. BAKER
Wyoming County Press Examiner
WASHINGTON TWP. – Meshoppen Police are investigating a convenience store robbery that occurred just before 10 p.m. on Thursday (Aug. 29).
Police say that at 9:50 p.m., a white male 18 to 22 years of age wearing a gray hoody, black ski mask, black pants, and white sneakers entered the Penmart just off Rt. 6 at Russell Hill, and looked behind the counter.
The male left and then re-entered the store wearing the ski mask, jumped over the counter and grabbed a money box.
According to police. The suspect then jumped back over the counter and ran out the door.
A female clerk chased the male into a field.
The male then turned and ran to a church parking lot were a female driving a tan Buick drove in at a high rate of speed and the male jumped in and they sped off with an undetermined amount of money.
A video of this incident may be available at a later time.
A partial license registration was obtained- GHE837.
Anyone who has any information is asked to call the Meshoppen Police at 836-6161.
Police Chief John Krieg investigated.