Series of Armed Robberies

Wright County Sheriff's Dept.

 

The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is collaborating with other area Law Enforcement Agencies in regards to a series of Armed Robberies.   In the early morning hours of 09-19-13 the Wright County Sheriff’s Office responded to two similar incidents.  The first incident reported was an attempted Armed Robbery at the Clearwater Burger King restaurant.  The second incident was reported as an Armed Robbery at the Monticello Burger King restaurant. 
 
On 10-05-13 the Wright County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of an Armed Robbery in the evening hours at the Game Stop store in the City of Monticello. 
 
There are similarities in these robberies where the suspect is described as a white male with an average build wearing a dark colored mask and dark colored clothing.
 
Anyone with information as to the suspect’s identity is asked to call the Wright County Sheriff’s Office at (763)682-1162.

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