HANFORD — Police are looking for a robbery suspect that held up a convenience store Wednesday and got away with several thousands of dollars in cash.
Just before midnight on Wednesday, Hanford Police officers said they responded to Bubba’s Food and Liquor, 929 N. 10th Ave., regarding a robbery that had just occurred.
Police said it was reported that an unknown male had entered the store with his face covered, pointed a silver semi-automatic handgun at the store clerk and demanded all the money in the cash register.
The store clerk opened the cash register as the man began to walk around behind the counter and pulled all of the money out of the till, totaling $3,500 in cash, officials said.
Police said the suspect was approximately 5-feet-7-inches tall, average build with a tattoo on his right arm. They said he was wearing a red and black hat, white shirt and blue jeans at the time of the robbery.
After taking the money from the till, officers said the man ran eastbound on Florinda Street. Video surveillance was obtained from Bubba’s, however, police said the identity of the suspect is still unknown at this time.
If you have any information pertaining to the whereabouts of this man, call the Hanford Police Department at 585-2540.