Caught on tape: gun-waving man robs Kingsport store - WRBL

Caught on tape: gun-waving man robs Kingsport store

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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) -

 

Kingsport Police are trying the man who robbed a business Sunday afternoon.

Surveillance video shoes a man waving a gun as he stormed in the front door of Dollar General on Memorial Boulevard about 4 p.m. Sunday.

About an earlier, surveillance video shows the same man walking by the store's front door.

"He's a white male, said Ptl. Tom Patton, Kingsport Police.  "At the time he was wearing an olive green shirt, camouflage pants, a black ski mask and black ball cap.  And he was armed with a large frame blue steel or black semi-automatic pistol."

Click on the video player to watch the report on News Channel 11.

If you recognize the man in the video, all Kingsport Police at 423-246-9111.

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