Surrey RCMP looking for robbery suspect with tattoo on right hand

The robber is white, about 30 years old, tall, wore grey sweat pants, and an orange hoodie with fluorescent markings.

Police are looking for a robbery suspect with a tattoo on his right hand. A convenience store in Cloverdale was robbed on Sept. 14

SURREY — Police are looking for a robbery suspect with a tattoo on his right hand.

A convenience store in Cloverdale was robbed on Sept. 14, at about 6 p.m.

“The suspect demanded cash and threatened the staff before making his getaway,” Surrey RCMP Corporal Scotty Schumann said.

This was in the 6000-block of 196th Street. The robber is white, about 30 years old, tall, wore grey sweat pants, and an orange hoodie with fluorescent markings. Police say he took off in a late-2000s silver SUV, possibly a Toyota RAV 4. No one was physically injured in the robbery.

Police ask anyone with information to contact Surrey RCMP’s Robbery Unit at 604-599-0502

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