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On the Lookout: Pueblo robber targets convenience store

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) -- In the age of Covid, it wasn't unusual to see a man walk into the convenience store wearing a red bandana over his face; but things took a turn after he pulled a gun on the cashier, demanding money and cigarettes.

The armed robbery happened around 8:40 p.m. on January 12, at the Circle K located at 430 West Abriendo Avenue in Pueblo.

Pueblo Circle K Robber (PPD)

With a gun pulled, Pueblo Police say the suspect demanded two packs of Marlboro Red 100s cigarettes.

The suspect also has tattoos on both his left and right hands, and was driving a black, mid-2000s Buick Regal with temporary tags.

If you recognize the suspect, or have information about the crime and want to remain anonymous, call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP. You could be eligible for a cash reward.

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Heather Skold

Heather is the evening anchor for KRDO. Learn more about Heather here.



    1. We all know that 90% of Pueblo people don’t pay taxes or tag their vehicles.
      I’m guessing the two people who replied to your comments before me, are the kind of people who would be friends with the loser in the article.
      Keep voting Dumbocrats and watch the crime rate in Pueblo sky rocket even higher.

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