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Man with knife robs Loaf and Jug on Gateway Drive

A man with a knife robbed Loaf and Jug on Gateway Drive on Sunday morning in Grand Forks. Officers responded to the Loaf and Jug, 4326 Gateway Drive, about 1:20 a.m. in regards to a reported armed robbery, according to a Grand Forks Police Depart...

A man with a knife robbed Loaf and Jug on Gateway Drive on Sunday morning in Grand Forks.

Officers responded to the Loaf and Jug, 4326 Gateway Drive, about 1:20 a.m. in regards to a reported armed robbery, according to a Grand Forks Police Department news release.

The store clerk told officers the suspect demanded money and displayed a knife, according to the release. An undetermined amount of cash was taken.

Police are seeking a white male about 6'2" tall with skinny build who last seen wearing a dark charcoal-colored North Face jacket, dark pants and wearing a dark scarf covering his face.

There was also a reported "suspicious vehicle" seen in near Loaf and Jug at the time of the robbery, described as a tan car with dark-tinted windows, according to the release.

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Anyone with information can call police at (701) 787-8000 or text the work "TIPSTER" and then the tip to 84741.

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