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2/20/2013 1:10:00 PM
Deputies ask public's help to find man who robbed Mayer Circle K
Deputies are looking for this man who robbed the Mayer Circle K Wednesday morning
Deputies are looking for this man who robbed the Mayer Circle K Wednesday morning
Deputies are looking for this man who robbed the Mayer Circle K Wednesday morning
Deputies are looking for this man who robbed the Mayer Circle K Wednesday morning

Yavapai County Sheriff's Deputies are seeking the public's help to identify a person who robbed the Circle K store on Highway 69 in Mayer early Wednesday morning.

Deputies received the call about the robbery just before 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning, and arrived on the scene within five minutes, said YCSO spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn. The clerk on duty told deputies a man wearing a motorcycle helmet approached him inside the store and said, "Don't make me shoot you man. Open the register."

After his statement, the suspect placed his right hand in a pocket as if gripping a firearm, D'Evelyn said. The clerk complied and opened the register drawer. The suspect then removed the complete cash tray with an undisclosed amount of money, and ordered the clerk into the bathroom. The clerk eventually was able to call the Sheriff's Office.

The suspect is described as a male, wearing a motorcycle type helmet (see accompanying photo), blue jeans, and a white long sleeved shirt - similar to a thermal shirt. Over the long sleeved shirt, the suspect wore a black t-shirt with the word "QuikSilver" written across the front. The suspect was also wearing gloves and had long hair tied in a ponytail. His height is estimated between 5'07" and 5' 09," weight approximately 160 pounds, with an age range between 18 and 28 years. D'Evelyn said the suspect also had what appeared as purple makeup or a birth mark exposed below the helmet on his neck.

The clerk did not see or hear a vehicle. A detective and evidence technician from the Criminal Investigations Bureau was on the scene Wednesday morning gathering evidence.

Yavapai Silent Witness is offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of the suspect in this case. Callers to Silent Witness at 1800-932-3232, remain completely anonymous. If you prefer to provide information directly, contact Detective Todd Swain at 928-567-7710 - refer to case number 13- 005896.


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