Virginia suspect hides face with bonnet while robbing 7-Eleven: police

Fairfax County Police Department officials are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven store in Alexandria while concealing his face with a bonnet on Saturday.

Authorities in Virginia are looking for a suspect who is alleged to have robbed 7-Eleven last week while wearing a bonnet.

On Saturday night at 9:45 pm, a 7-11 convenience store located in Alexandria, not far from Washington, D.C., was robbed.

Photos show the man hiding his face behind a yellow-brown hat. He was dressed in all black, including a jacket that reached his nose.

The suspect entered the shop and indicated that he had a gun, while demanding money from cashier.




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Fairfax County Police Department searches for the suspect involved in a 7-11 store robbery on Saturday.

The suspect fled on foot after he had successfully stolen the cash. No injuries were reported.

The police believe that the suspect is an African-American male in his mid-20s, with a slim physique.




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The suspect wearing a bonnet allegedly suggested that he had a gun and demanded money.

Fairfax County Police asks anyone with information regarding the incident to call their Major Crimes Bureau 703-246-7800.

Fox News Digital has reached out to Fairfax County Police Department but received no response. At this time, no other details are available.




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