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Searching For Suspect in 5th Robbery in WF

 Wichita Falls Police are searching for a suspect involved in the fifth armed robber in the city in two weeks.

Officers said just after 2:00p.m. in Thursday a man walked into the 5th Street Discount Store on Seymour Highway.  He had a baseball bat on him and threatened the clerk.  Then he took off with some cash.

Police don’t have a lot on the mans description, but here is what we know.  He is a white male between 6 feet and 6’3’’.  He was wearing a blue shirt with dark colored clothes.  He also had a bandana over his head  and another one to cover his face.

If you have any information on this crime, call Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.
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