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Bossier deputies seek man who demanded money from clerk

The Bossier Parish sheriff's office is searching for a man who entered a convenience store and demanded money Monday morning. (Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office) The Bossier Parish sheriff's office is searching for a man who entered a convenience store and demanded money Monday morning. (Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office)
Deputies believe the man drove off towards Swan Lake Road in a white or silver Toyota Tundra 4-door truck. (Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office) Deputies believe the man drove off towards Swan Lake Road in a white or silver Toyota Tundra 4-door truck. (Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office) (Source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office)
BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

The Bossier Parish sheriff's office has identified the man who entered a convenience store and demanded money Monday morning.

According to reports, the man entered the Circle K on Airline Drive and Swan Lake Road at 4:30 a.m. and demanded money from the clerk.

When the clerk told the man she didn't have any money, the man told her he would go to another store. He then drove off towards Swan Lake Road in a white or silver Toyota Tundra 4-door truck.

No other stores reported similar crimes.

Bossier Parish Sheriff’s office say they have questioned the man, and the situation has been resolved.

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