Photos released of man after knifepoint robbery in Kitchener

Waterloo regional police have released two images of a man after a convenience store in Kitchener was held up at knifepoint early Tuesday morning.

Police say the man was given an undisclosed amount of cash

Police are looking to identify this person after a Circle K in Kitchener was robbed at knifepoint early Tuesday morning. (Waterloo Regional Police Service)

Waterloo regional police have released two photos of a man after a Kitchener convenience store was held up early Tuesday morning.

Police say a man entered the Circle K store on Victoria Street N., at 1:50 a.m. Tuesday. The man had a knife and demanded cash from an employee.

The suspect fled after receiving cash. Police did not say how much money was handed over.

No one was physically injured, police say. The investigation is ongoing.

The man was wearing a hooded sweater with the word Miami on it, black shorts and a Toronto Blue Jays cap.

Police released the photos on social media and on its website. Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.


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