Germantown police are looking for information regarding an armed robbery which took place Monday, Dec. 31.
According to a Germantown Police Department news release:
An employee of the BP gas station at N112W11190 Mequon Road contacted police at approximately 6:30 a.m. to report an armed robbery.
The suspect was described as a male in his mid to late twenties. The employee described the suspect as about six feet tall with a slender build, wearing black insulated coveralls and a black baseball cap. He had facial hair described as "a couple of days unshaven."
He showed a knife before demanding money and running from the gas station with an unknown amount of money.
Anyone with information regarding the robbery or the suspect is encouraged to contact Germantown police at (262) 253-7780 or the Washington County We-Tip line at (800) 232-0594.
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