High River store robbery stopped as customer shoves suspect into door
Police looking for man who fled on foot and 2 accomplices
RCMP in High River are looking for a man whose attempt to rob a convenience store was thwarted by a bystander.
The suspect entered the 7-Eleven convenience store on Monday night, pointed a knife at the cashier and demanded money.
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But a customer in the store intervened, shoving the suspect into a door.
The suspect then took off on foot, police said.
He was wearing a white mask, blue jeans, white runners and a fluorescent orange construction jacket with a reflective X.
He appeared to be in his mid 20s, about six foot one, with a medium build, according to police.
It's believed the suspect had two male accomplices.
Anyone with information is asked to call High River RCMP or contact Crime Stoppers.