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Police seek help identifying man with gun

Published On: Jan 21 2014 06:51:17 AM CST   Updated On: Jan 24 2014 12:13:15 PM CST

Courtesy Madison PD


Police have asked for help identifying a man in surveillance images in connection with an armed robbery Monday. 

The Madison Police Department shared two surveillance stills from a robbery at Deon's convenience store on Madison's east side at 9:28 p.m.

According to police, a man entered the store in the 2300 block of Commercial Avenue, displayed a weapon and demanded money before running away from the store.

In one of the photos police provided Friday morning, a silver handgun is visible in the robber's hand. 

Police described the man as black and between 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall. He was wearing dark clothing. 

Police asked that anyone with information on the robbery call Crime Stoppers at 266-6014.

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