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Suspect wanted by police for robbing pizza restaurant in South Milwaukee

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Suspect in South Milwaukee robbery

SOUTH MILWAUKEE — South Milwaukee police are asking for your help to identify a suspect in the robbery of the Little Caesar’s restaurant on S. Chicago Ave.

Officials say the suspect walked into the restaurant and committed the crime just before 10 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 11.

The suspect depicted below is described as a male, approximately 5’9” tall, with a medium build, wearing a dark-colored jacket with hood up, black nylon
pants with a wide white stripe on the legs, possibly black athletic shoes.

Officials say the suspect covered his face with unknown cloth material. The suspect displayed a smaller handgun, grabbed the clerk by the arm, demanded money and fled in an unknown direction.

Police are also investigating the possibility that this suspect could also be responsible for the robbery of the Sunrise Restaurant on 10th Ave. on Jan. 24.

If you can help police identify the person responsible for this incident, you’re urged to contact the South Milwaukee Police Department at 414-768-8060.

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