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Monday, January 27, 2014
The Niagara County Sheriff's Office released surveillance photos from the failed Saturday armed robbery attempt at a Kwik Fill station in North Tonawanda.

The photos, posted to their Facebook page this afternoon, show a man in what appears to be a blue or purple coat with a hood, black gloves, black pants and black shoes. The original complaint report described the assailant as being possibly white, 5-foot, 5-inches tall with a stocky build wearing a red hoodie, dark winter hat, a dark bandana covering his face, black pants, dark gloves and dark colored boots.


Meanwhile, Monday afternoon, a report was made of a robbery at Able Agency, 1551 Erie Ave, North Tonawanda. The assailants in this afternoon's robbery were described as two teens with handguns. One was African American and the other was white. They were both said to be wearing  camouflage bandanas, black mittens with white snow flakes, black hoodies and jeans.

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