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Admiral gas station robbed

This was the scene when the Admiral Gas Station at the corner of Main and Muskegon when it was robbed in October. It was robbed again Saturday evening, December 22. Post photo by J. Reed.

This was the scene when the Admiral Gas Station at the corner of Main and Muskegon when it was robbed in October. It was robbed again Saturday evening, December 22. Post photo by J. Reed.

The Admiral Gas Station at the corner of Main Street and Muskegon in Cedar Springs was robbed again Sunday evening, December 22, for the second time in just over two months.
According to Cedar Springs Police Chief Roger Parent, the robbery took place about 9:06 p.m. A single male entered the store wearing a dark coat with light colored collar, dark beanie-type stocking cap, and a light-colored mask. He was described as about 5-foot 8-inches, 200 pounds. The suspect kept his hand inside his pocket to imply he had a weapon. He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.
No area canine units were available to track the subject.
The clerk on duty was not the same clerk as in the previous robbery. That incident took place October 9, about 8:20 p.m. The robber in that incident was described as 5-foot 6-inches, medium build, with a raspy voice.
If you have info on this or the other robbery, please call the Cedar Springs Police at 616-696-1311.

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3 Responses to “Admiral gas station robbed”

  1. Charlie Towns says:

    How does this KEEP happening?? Do they ever catch anyone that robs it? Maybe it is the same guy who keeps doing it?

  2. Shawn Kiphart says:

    This is becomming a bit ridiculous. Certainly there is something that can be done about this. Thankfully no one has been hurt, however if this continues it is only a matter of time. Perhaps a reward or something should be offered? Is there a panic alarm button in the store? If the owners are not in a financial position to install one perhaps a fund raiser to assist them, after all, this kind of crime in our town effects us all. It can not be allowed to continue.

  3. ME says:

    A man from Grand Rapids robbed the Admiral gas station in Whitehall on Christmas Eve. The details of “The suspect kept his hand inside his pocket to imply he had a weapon” matches what happened in Whitehall. Anyone looking into that!?
    The news story can be found on wzzm13.com

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