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Reward Offered For Information on Robbery Suspect (NYSCS Case #2020-105)

June 1, 2020
Security footage of one of the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery.

Security footage of one of the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery.

NYS Crime Stoppers, serving as a resource for the New York State Police at Fishkill and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is offering a cash reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the robbery at the Shell gas station on NY State Route 9 in the Village of Fishkill.

On February 1, 2020 at approximately 8 PM, the NY State Police responded to the robbery. Two unidentified suspects entered the gas station store and stole an undisclosed amount of money and tobacco products. One suspect displayed a handgun and pistol-whipped the clerk. The suspects then fled in a dark-colored sedan, possibly a Nissan Sentra (model 2016-2019).

Any information, however insignificant it may seem, could help. Anyone with information regarding this incident should immediately call the NYS Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-866-313-TIPS (8477). Callers to this hotline may remain anonymous.  We don’t need to know who you are, just what you know. In order to qualify for the reward you must call the hotline number and obtain your confidential, anonymous ID number, and the information you provide must lead to an arrest and conviction.

You may also call the NY State Police at 1-845-677-7300 with reference to Case No. 940774, or you may call FBI Special Agent Caleb at 1-845-220-4200. NYS Crime Stoppers cannot guarantee anonymity for direct calls to the NY State Police or the FBI.

Alternate security footage of one of the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery.

Alternate security footage of one of the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery.

Security footage of the vehicle in which the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery fled, possibly a 2016-2019 Nissan Sentra.

Security footage of the vehicle in which the suspects in the Feb. 1, 2020 Shell station robbery fled, possibly a 2016-2019 Nissan Sentra.

 

 

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