July 31, 2018
I’m actually impressed.
Two hours is a lot of patience for a negro.
A suspect who hid in a stock room for nearly two hours robbed a Family Dollar store at gunpoint shortly after it closed on Sunday night.
Falls police say they were called to the store on the 2100 block of Hyde Park Boulevard about 10:10 p.m. Sunday for a report of a robbery.
An employee told officers that a man wearing a ski mask and gloves approached her as she walked to the back of the store after locking up Sunday night. The suspect grabbed her and pulled her to the front of the store while holding a handgun to the side of her head. The employee said she screamed for help and a second employee fled the store. In response, the suspect said, “I could have killed her. Stop screaming or I’ll shoot you. Give me the money.”
The suspect took an undetermined amount of money from a cash register and a safe and fled the store. Witnesses outside the store saw the man running from the store to 24th and Niagara Avenue where he got into a silver Saturn Vue and drive south.
The suspect was described as a black male, 5-foot-10 with a slim build wearing a black hooded jacket, light blue jeans with a black ski mask and black gloves. Security footage from when he first entered the store showed he had long dread locks, police noted.