Investigators released surveillance images this weekend of a gunman who robbed a Pasadena gas station last week, officials said.
The crime unfolded about 8:10 p.m. on Sept. 21 at a 76 gas station at 155 E. Glenarm Street, at Arroyo Parkway, according to Pasadena police Lt. Pete Hettema.
A man entered the store, walked behind the cash register and pulled a handgun from his jacket, the lieutenant said. He brandished the weapon at a lone female clerk and demanded she place the money from the cash register into a gray grocery bag he had brought with him.
The robber obtained about $300 and was last seen running east along Glenarm Street, police said. The 28-year-old clerk was not hurt.
Police described the robber as an Asian man in his late 30s to mid-40s, with short hair. He wore a facemask, a black shirt, a jacket with a “Midas” auto repair shop patch on the front, and carried a black pistol.
The suspect, who was described as a 30-45 year old Asian male, exited the store and fled East on Glenarm St with $300 in stolen money
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