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Police looking for suspect who robbed two 7- Elevens in Bensalem

Bensalem Township Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who has allegedly robbed a 7 Eleven’s in the area.

According to a press release, the robbery the most recent robbery took place on Wednesday April 20th at 2:20am.

A white male reportedly entered the 7 Eleven located on Street Road. The suspect, who described to be a white man age 25-30, entered the store with what looked to be a firearm in his left hand. When the clerk refused to comply with his demands, the suspect fled the 7 Eleven.

Later that same night at 2:47am, the suspect entered the 7 Eleven at Neshaminy Blvd. The male was wearing a different black hoodie and gloves, and once again had a firearm on him. The suspect left the store with $350.

Credit: Bensalem Police

Bensalem police believe that this suspect may have also been involved in a robbery that took place back in March on Neshaminy Blvd.

If you have any information regarding the suspect or similar incidents, the Bensalem police ask you contact Detective Shawn Smith at 215-633-3687 or email him at ssmith@bensalempa.gov.

You can also submit an anonymous tip here

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Police looking for suspect who robbed two 7- Elevens in Bensalem

Bensalem Township Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who has allegedly robbed a 7 Eleven’s in the area.

According to a press release, the robbery the most recent robbery took place on Wednesday April 20th at 2:20am.

A white male reportedly entered the 7 Eleven located on Street Road. The suspect, who described to be a white man age 25-30, entered the store with what looked to be a firearm in his left hand. When the clerk refused to comply with his demands, the suspect fled the 7 Eleven.

Later that same night at 2:47am, the suspect entered the 7 Eleven at Neshaminy Blvd. The male was wearing a different black hoodie and gloves, and once again had a firearm on him. The suspect left the store with $350.

Credit: Bensalem Police

Bensalem police believe that this suspect may have also been involved in a robbery that took place back in March on Neshaminy Blvd.

If you have any information regarding the suspect or similar incidents, the Bensalem police ask you contact Detective Shawn Smith at 215-633-3687 or email him at ssmith@bensalempa.gov.

You can also submit an anonymous tip here

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