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Lowell police searching for robbery suspect

Police released a photo of the alleged suspect.

Lowell Police

Police released a photo of the alleged suspect.

Police are seeking a man who robbed a Country Farm convenience store at knifepoint in Lowell Monday night and then fled on a motorcycle.

At about 10 p.m. Monday, a man robbed the store at the corner of Aiken Avenue and Dalton Street with a large knife before fleeing on a white or light-colored Harley Davidson motorcycle, Lowell police said in a statement.

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He was wearing a black motorcycle helmet with stickers, a green, canvas-type jacket, and blue jeans.

Police released surveillance video from the store in hopes of identifying the man.

No one was injured during the robbery, said Lowell Police Captain Timothy Crowley.

Lowell police asked that anyone with information call their tip line at 978-459-8477.

Kiera Blessing can be reached at kiera.blessing@globe.com.
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