The Nassau County Police Department is looking for help finding a fugitive of justice. This person is being sought for violating the criminal law and committing the crime of robbery in Valley Stream, New York.
On the night of February 15, 2006 an unknown African American male with short hair and light skin allegedly went to the New York Petroleum Company and asked the attendant for a fill up of his vehicle. As the attendant requested payment from the alleged perpetrator, the fugitive pulled out a black handgun and demanded money from the gas station attendant. He then demanded the attendant’s wallet. After committing the robbery, the person headed towards the east and went west on West Merrick road fleeing from the crime scene.
The subject is in his late twenties or early thirties and was last seen wearing a blue coat and a white shirt. The exact make, model, and the license plate numbers of the car are all unknown. However, the car was believed to be identified as either a Honda or a Pontiac. Further, the vehicle he was driving was a 2-door silver newer model auto.
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