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Police release photo connected to an armed robbery at a Kitchener store

The person police are looking to identify in connection to an armed robbery at a Kitchener store on Dec. 6. (Submitted:WRPS) The person police are looking to identify in connection to an armed robbery at a Kitchener store on Dec. 6. (Submitted:WRPS)
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Waterloo regional police have released a photo of a person they believe is connected to a gunpoint robbery at a Kitchener store.

Police said a male entered a store in the area of Lancaster Street West and Arnold Street sometime before 9 p.m. Tuesday.

He allegedly demanded cash from the employee before fleeing on foot.

The suspect, police said, had a gun.

He’s described as Black, approximately six-feet-tall, with a thin build.

Police said no one was hurt during the robbery.

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