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Friday, April 4, 2014
A Niagara County Sheriff's Office report released this morning offers more details on the attempted robbery at the Wheatfield 7-Eleven last night.

According to the report, the store clerk told NCSO that while she was outside smoking a cigarette, she noticed a suspicious shadow alongside the west side of the store. The clerk told patrol that she went inside the store to call 911 to report the situation, when a male entered the store; described as 5-foot 11-inches, 180 pounds, with blue eyes. He was wearing a black hat, grey cloth covering his face, black hooded sweatshirt, grey sweatshirt underneath with yellow stripes, blue jeans, tan work boots with a strip of grey duct tape on the right side of the right boot, and dark colored cloth gloves. The man was holding a small closed pocket knife.

The clerk told patrol that patrol that the suspect entered the store and demanded that she open the register. The clerk refused as she was already on the phone calling 911, describing the suspect to NCSO dispatch. The suspect attempted to open two different cash registers with no success. At that point, he ran out of the store heading south to Sawyer drive.

Lewiston K9 Officer Scott Stafford responded and conducted a K9 track with Deputy Shawn Grapes. According to Officer Stafford, the track went from the store, south across Sawyer drive, through the parking lot of the Summit Park Mall, then east to Plaza Drive, ending on Jagow Road. Officer Stafford stated that there were no confirmed foot prints of the suspect while tracking. Sgt. David Broderick, CIB and ID responded to the scene.

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