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Police Search for West Ocean City Robbery Suspect

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WEST OCEAN CITY, Md.- The Worcester County Sheriff's Office has identified a suspect wanted in connection with last week's robbery of a store on Stephen Decatur Highway in West Ocean City.

Authorities said that at around 4 p.m. Thursday, 33-year-old Kenneth Mearle Larkin entered Cholula Authentic Mexican Store on Thursday afternoon and pushed the clerk to the floor, before grabbing a money bag from behind the counter and fleeing on foot.

Larkin is described as 6-foot-tall, 250 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a do-rag and sunglasses on his head, a blue T-shirt, and baggy blue jean shorts. He also has numerous tattoos on each of his arms, investigators said.

Anyone with information on Larkin's whereabouts is asked to call Detective Jason Burnett of the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation at 443-783-0442.

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