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Casper Police Need Help in Identifying Robber At The Loaf And Jug

285 Honeysuckle (Loaf and Jug), Casper, Wyoming
Casper, Wyoming (February16thh, 2023) – On February 15th, 2023, at approximately 11:50 pm, multiple officers with the Casper Police Department and Natrona County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for service at 285 Honeysuckle (Loaf and Jug), regarding a robbery.

It was reported an unidentified male suspect entered the store armed with a hatchet and jumped over the counter demanding money from the cash drawer. The store clerk fled on foot from the store leaving, until she found shelter at nearby apartment complex where she called the police.

Ultimately the suspect was able to access a few hundred dollars and fled before officers arrived.

At this time, The Casper Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying this
individual (please see attached photograph). We strongly believe someone in the community knows this person and has information that will aid in bringing safe and positive conclusion to this matter. The suspect is still believed to be armed and dangerous. We would ask the community, specifically those who work with any form of public services to remain vigilant.

If you have any relative information please contact the Casper Police Department’s
Investigations Division, (307-235-8286), or you can leave the information with Crime Stoppers.

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