Two More Armed Robberies In Southern Maine This Weekend
A string of armed robberies in the Greater Portland area continued this week as the FBI continues to search for the man or men who may be responsible, by releasing surveillance video asking for the public's help.
The first of the the two most recent robberies occurred at Luk Oil Gulf Station on Route 302 in Westbrook on Friday, April 6 around 7:45pm.
A man walked into the store, face covered with dark clothing and purple latex gloves asking the clerk to open the register while showing a gun. He even went so far as to say "Have a good day," before ran out with the cash.
The FBI released this surveillance video showing the incident with audio, pointing out things to look for on the man and to pay attention to his voice to see if it can be recognized.
If you have any info on this suspect, call the Westbrook Police at 207-854-0644 or the FBI at 207-774-9322
The second robbery just over 24 hours later at Domino's pizza on Route 25 in Gorham Saturday night.
According to Newscenter Maine, this man did not display a handgun, but got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and jumped in a car headed toward Westbrook. He's described as being 5'7", 150 lbs, and wearing jeans, gray boxers, and a gray sweatshirt. If you have any info call the Gorham Police Department at 207-222-1660.