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Man robs gas station, image released

Published On: Feb 25 2013 08:13:30 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 25 2013 08:19:54 AM CST

Speedway robber

MONONA, Wis. -

Monona police are releasing the image of a man who robbed a gas station Sunday afternoon.

The robber entered the Speedway Gas Station at 5450 Monona Dr. just before 5 p.m. and demanded cash, according to police. The man didn’t display a weapon or threaten the use of one.

The man is described as about 6 feet tall with an average build, brown hair and stubble beard. He was wearing white and black tennis shoes, gray sweatpants, a Wisconsin Badgers hooded sweatshirt with the word "Wisconsin" written across the front, white sunglasses and a baseball cap with a plaid pattern.

Police said the robber fled north through the parking lot and might have gotten into a red car nearby.

Anyone with information is asked to call Monona police at 608-222-0463 or Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014.

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