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Update: Salisbury Police Searching For Suspect in Armed Robbery

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Surveillance video showed this man entering the Seven-Eleven on East Main Street just before the robbery early Sunday morning. Salisbury police said he is their top suspect. (Source: Salisbury Police Department) Surveillance video showed this man entering the Seven-Eleven on East Main Street just before the robbery early Sunday morning. Salisbury police said he is their top suspect. (Source: Salisbury Police Department)

SALISBURY, Md - Salisbury police are looking for a suspect wanted for holding up the 7-Eleven at 830 East Main St. early Sunday morning. 

According to police, a male suspect entered the store just before 2 a.m. and then left, only to return 10 minutes later with his face covered by a hood and jacket, in an effort to "disguise his identity."

Police said that the man claimed to be armed, and demanded money from the clerk. After receiving the money, the suspect ran away from the store. 

There were no injuries reported during the incident. The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office K-9 assisted in the investigation, and conducted a K-9 track which police said did not reveal additional evidence.

Police said the suspect was additionally described as black, between 5-foot-9 and 5-foot-10, with a medium build. He was wearing a black coat, blue jeans and a toboggan-type hat. The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is urged to contact the Salisbury Police Department (410) 548- 3113 or Crime Solvers at (410) 548-1776. 

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