The Hertford Police Department in cooperation with Wilco/Hess is offering a $5,500 reward to anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s) in an armed robbery and assault at the Wilco/Hess Station on Church Street in Hertford on Saturday. Contact can be made with the Hertford Police Department at 426-5587. If no one answers, the answering service will have an option to leave a message for investigations. Contact can also be made through Perquimans County Dispatch by dialing 426-5751. The suspect is described as a black male approximately 5-foot-9 weighing approximately 230 to 240 pounds. He was wearing blue jeans with a white design on the back pockets with a black hoodie. He was also wearing a white baseball hat with a grey brim and white Nike white tennis shoes.

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The Hertford Police Department in cooperation with Wilco/Hess is offering a $5,500 reward to anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s) in an armed robbery and assault at the Wilco/Hess Station on Church Street in Hertford on Saturday. Contact can be made with the Hertford Police Department at 426-5587. If no one answers, the answering service will have an option to leave a message for investigations. Contact can also be made through Perquimans County Dispatch by dialing 426-5751. The suspect is described as a black male approximately 5-foot-9 weighing approximately 230 to 240 pounds. He was wearing blue jeans with a white design on the back pockets with a black hoodie. He was also wearing a white baseball hat with a grey brim and white Nike white tennis shoes.

Reward offered for info about sexual assault, robbery at gas station

From Staff Reports

The Perquimans Weekly

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HERTFORD — A reward of $5,500 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a man Hertford police say robbed the WilcoHess store and then sexually assaulted a store clerk.

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A photo of the robber would be nice.

Why not release the image captured on video to the general public? It would help a lot more in solving this crime.

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