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Police seek Toot 'n Totum robbery suspect

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Amarillo, TX - Amarillo police need your help locating a man who allegedly robbed a local convenience store.

It happened Monday night at the Toot 'n Totum on 3101 Plains Avenue.

According to police, a man entered the store, walked up the cashier with his hands in his pockets and demanded money. No weapon was seen. The man left on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.  
   
He is described as a white male, wearing blue jeans and a black hoodie.  

If you have any information, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.

Your tip could earn you a reward of up to one thousand dollars.
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