Police are searching for the man who held-up a Noblesville gas station shortly after midnight.
At 12:03 a.m. Sept. 29, police officers from the Noblesville Police Department responded to the Speedway gas station, 3150 Conner St. NPD spokesman Lt. Bruce Barnes said upon arrival, officers spoke with the employee of the business who said she had just been robbed at gunpoint. She was uninjured from in the incident.
“The employee stated that a subject came into the store and brandished a black handgun and demanded money from the cash register. The employee alleges that the subject took an undetermined amount of cash and two cartons of cigarettes before leaving the store,” he said.
Barnes said the subject was last seen traveling southbound on foot from the gas station. Additional officers were called to the scene in order to establish a perimeter and attempt a police K-9 track. Officers from the Westfield Police Dept. and Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the effort. Barnes said officers searched the area for approximately 90 minutes before the search was eventually called off.
“The suspect was not located and remains at large,” he said. “(He) should be considered armed and dangerous.”
Barnes said the suspect is a white male in his mid-20s, approximately 6’0” tall, thin with red hair and red facial hair. He was described as wearing a blue and white Indianapolis Colts jacket, blue jeans and tan boots.
Anyone with information regarding the ongoing investigation is asked to contact the criminal investigation division at 773-1300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.