The Duluth Police Department reached out to the public Wednesday with the hope of identifying the suspect in a robbery that took place at the beginning of the week.

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While the suspect hid their facial features, perhaps the clothing, or what looks to be a bag placed around their neck, along with the specific details of the case will successfully lead authorities to the individual in question.

According to their Facebook post, the Duluth Police Department says the individual in the photo is a suspect in a recent robbery that occurred at the Short Stop gas station/convenience store, located at 1301 E. 9th Street in Duluth.

The robbery occurred on Monday, August 28 and the suspect fled the scene and was last seen going westbound.

The Duluth Police Department is asking that if anyone has any information or knows the individual in the below photo to please call the DPD Violent Crimes Unit at at (218)-730-5050. When calling, please reference ICR#23126307.

If anyone has any related videos or pictures, they can easily submit them through the Duluth Police Department's Evidence Submission Portal above.

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As is always the case when authorities reach out for the public's help, the more people who see the pictures and know about the circumstances of the case, the better chance there is to successfully identify anyone involved.

Even if you have no knowledge of this case whatsoever, please share this information across social media and help spread the word.

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