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Searching for Suspect in Iowa Park Robbery

Iowa Park Police are looking for a man who robbed a convenience store Tuesday night. 

The suspected enters the K&K Quick Shop just before 8:00p.m. and committed Aggravated Robbery a Felony of the 1st Degree.  He had a handgun and demanded money from the clerk.  After getting the money he left the store and got into a white and gold Ford F-35o Dually pickup truck.

He is described as a 6 foot tall white male who weighs approximately 150 lbs.  He has a moustache with a trimmed goatee.  He has long brown hair and was last seen wearing a brown under armor hoodie, a dark colored bandana, blue jeans, and square toed western boots.

If you know any information about the suspect, please call the Iowa Park Police Department or your local police department.

Here are pictures from the security camera:







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