On Wednesday, December 20, 2017, Bristol Police officers responded to a reported robbery at the Valero Gas Station, located at 948 Pine Street. This is the third armed convenience store robbery in a week.
The suspect entered the gas station, displayed a handgun and was able to leave with an undetermined amount of money.
There were no injuries reported.
Bristol Police believes the robbery may be connected to two other armed robberies that occurred on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at Sam’s Food Store; 259 West Washington Street and Citgo Gas Station; 36 East Main Street.
Bristol Police obtained video surveillance, photos of the suspect(s) and a vehicle that may be involved in the robberies.
Anyone who may recognize the suspect(s) or vehicle is asked to call Detective Ryan Kulig at 860-314-4569.
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