A man wearing an animal mask held up a Poquonock Avenue Mobile Gas station on Jan. 18, using a handgun to coerce the station clerk to give up cash, Windsor police say.
According to police, the suspect entered , at 11:59 p.m., brandished a handgun and ordered the store clerk to get behind the counter, open the cash register and lay on the floor.
The suspect then removed the cash from the register, took several packs of cigarettes and then "calmly left the store and ran south on Poquonock Avenue," police report.
According to police, a police K-9 tracked the suspects scent down Poquonock Avenue before losing the trail at the Allstate Insurance office.
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Windsor Police also say they believe the robbery is connected to a recent armed robbery of a Subway restaurant on National Drive in Windsor Locks.
Windsor Police are asking anyone with information about the incident or the individual pictured to contact the Windsor Police Department by calling 860-688-5273.
Police say the suspect stands approximately 6 feet tall and was last seen wearing dark clothes, work gloves, light-colored sneakers a jacket that may have been inside out and a full animal mask.