Wareham police looking for armed robbery suspect
Wareham police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man who reportedly robbed the Old Navy at Wareham Crossing on Thursday night, police say.
Officers responded to the store a reported armed robbery around 8:50 p.m. on Thursday, July 28, according to a police press release.
“Officers received information that a white male, in his fifties, wearing a green North Face sweatshirt, a green fishing type hat, blue jeans, and black sneakers, brandished a knife with an orange handle threatening an employee, demanding the register be opened,” the release reads. “The male reached in the register and grabbed multiple bills. The suspect then fled the store, making a left headed toward the Home Goods store area.”
A Plymouth County Sheriff K-9 followed a track but didn’t find the man, police say. No injuries were reported in the robbery.
“We are looking for help identifying this suspect,” Police Chief Walter Correia said in the release. “If you saw anything, or can provide any information please contact our department.”
If anyone has any information, they can contact the Wareham Police Department at 508-295-1213