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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 07 February 2018 18:20

Man fled after gas station clerk refused to give him money

The Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office continued to search this week for a man who attempted to rob the Fredonia Mobil  gas station Monday night, Jan. 29.
    According to authorities, the man, who was wearing a black leather jacket over a sweatshirt with the hood covering his head, dark sweatpants and a black scarf covering the lower part of this face, walked into the station at 108 Highland Dr. at 7:25 p.m.
    After walking around near coolers in the store, the man approached the clerk at the counter and handed him a note demanding money, Lt. Marshall Hermann said.
    “The clerk shook his head no and the suspect quickly left the building,” he said. “You’re not suppose to resist, but luckily for (the clerk), his refusal was enough to scare the suspect off.”
    The man was seen walking north away from the station.
    The clerk activated an alarm in the store and deputies arrived. The Sheriff’s Office German shepherd Rev picked up a scent that led north but then ended, Hermann said.
    The Mobil station and adjoining McDonalds restaurant were closed for a short time while deputies investigated.
    Anyone with information about the attempted robbery or suspect is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 284-7172 or send an anonymous message by texting the keyword OZSO and the message to 847411.   

 
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