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Grand Forks Police release images of KFC robbery suspect

Grand Forks Police have released surveillance camera images of a suspect in an armed robbery of a KFC fast food restaurant Sunday. According to police, a man entered the restaurant at 706 S. Washington St. at 9:47 p.m. Sunday, displayed a handgun...

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Police say this man is a suspect in an armed robbery of a KFC restaurant in Grand Forks March 11.

Grand Forks Police have released surveillance camera images of a suspect in an armed robbery of a KFC fast food restaurant Sunday.

According to police, a man entered the restaurant at 706 S. Washington St. at 9:47 p.m. Sunday, displayed a handgun and demanded money.

On Wednesday, police provided video stills of a man they describe as a white male, approximately 6 feet tall, 200 pounds and wearing a ski mask and a black hooded sweatshirt with a camouflage "Mossy Oak" logo on the front.

Police ask that anyone with information about the robbery or a suspect call them at (701) 787-8000, submit a tip on their Facebook page or use the Tip411 phone app.

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Police say this man is a suspect in an armed robbery of a KFC restaurant in Grand Forks March 11.

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