Verona donut shop robber sought
Police are looking for the robber who took a small amount of cash from the Dunkin' Donuts shop at 630 Allegheny River Boulevard, Verona, at about 6:40 a.m. Monday.
No one was injured.
Police said the robber was a black man about 5-feet 3-inches tall. He wore black clothing and held a semi-automatic pistol. He demanded money from a clerk and left on foot after getting it.
Police ask if anyone has information to call 412-828-6034 or 911.
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