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Wallingford, Vt.

Suspect sought in convenience store robbery

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Police are looking for a suspect who held up a Cumberland Farms convenience store in Wallingford, Vt., Friday evening and drove away. No weapon was produced during the robbery, but police were told the suspect threatened to shoot a male employee. The suspect fled into the parking lot of a nearby store, where he got into a white Chrysler Lebaron four-door with Vermont license plates and sped away. Police were told the first three letters of the plate were believed to be FLM. (AP)

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