Lower Valley Dollar General robber is wanted in the El Paso crime of the week

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El Paso Police are still searching for the man who used a knife to rob a Lower Valley Dollar General last month. 

The robbery shared by the El Paso Police Department last week and is now the Crime Stoppers of El Paso’s Crime of the Week. 

The Dollar General at 1001 N. Carolina was robbed on March 10 by a Hispanic man standing at about 5-5 or 5-9. He had a medium build and large dark eyebrows. He was wearing a light grey hoodie over his head, a royal blue zip-up sweater, green ski mask and grey Converse shoes. 

“The man approached the counter and handed the cashier a note demanding money and threatened the man with a dagger style knife with a curved blade,” according to Crime Stoppers. 

He showed “dragon (type) push dagger” during the robbery, according to an alert sent by police last week.

Once the suspect got an undisclosed amount of money from the store he fled on foot and was last seen walking towards the 1000 block of N. Carolina. 

Anyone with information on the man is asked to call police at 915-212-8366 or text EPPD and an anonymous tip to 847411.

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