Police are searching for the suspect that robbed the Admiral gas station in Cedar Springs early Saturday morning.
According to Cedar Springs Police, a man wearing a disguise entered the Admiral Gas station at the corner of Main and E. Muskegon Streets about 12:46 a.m. Saturday morning, November 26, and displayed a gun to the clerk. The man, described as about 5-foot 6-inches, with a husky build, and possibly wearing khaki pants, fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police set up a perimeter and searched for the suspect. A tracking dog led police to the Meadow Creek Apartments at the end of Oak Street, but no suspect was apprehended.
Surveillance photos show a man with something pink or red covering his face, possibly a blue or purple hat over that, and he’s wearing a blue or purple jacket with a picture on the back of a bear head with a fish in its mouth. If you have any info on who this might be, or if you’ve seen this coat before, please call Cedar Springs Police at 696-1311. You can also call or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345. You can submit tips online by going to http://www.silentobserver.org/reportacrime.asp. Or you can text a tip to CRIMES (274637). TIP138 must appear in the first line of your message, then type your message. All tips to Silent Observer are anonymous.
Cedar Springs Police were assisted by the Kent County Sheriff Department, a Wyoming Police Canine Officer, and the Rockford Police.