Albion Police looking for 2 suspects in Crosby’s attempted robbery

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 30 July 2019 at 7:31 am

Two people seek money from Crosby’s employees on Monday night in Albion.

ALBION – Two people allegedly attempted to rob the Crosby’s North convenience store on Monday night. The suspects entered the store and displayed a handgun and demanded money from store employees.

The suspects then immediately left without getting any money from the store at 202 North Main St., Albion Police Chief Roland Nenni said.

The Albion PD was dispatched to store, just north of the canal, at 9:50 p.m.

Suspect descriptions are as follows:

• Suspect 1 is a white male wearing blue jeans, black hoodie with “ZOO YORK” in white bold letters on the front and two white stripes on the rear, with a black bandanna with sunglasses covering his face. The suspect described as having a lighter-colored receding hairline and missing teeth.

• Suspect 2 is a white female wearing black sweatshirt, black baseball hat, light-colored bandanna with sunglasses covering her face. She has short curly blonde hair with brown in it.

Both suspects were last seen eastbound on foot on Caroline Street.

If anyone was in the area of the store around the time of the incident or if anyone has information, they are asked to contact the Albion Police Department at 585-589-5627.

The suspects ran from the store and headed east on Caroline Street.

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