The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and Cherry Hill Police Department are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect from a June armed robbery in the township.
On Wednesday morning, police released photos of the man they suspect committed an armed robbery in Cherry Hill on June 17. The man is also wanted in connection with another robbery the same day in Collingswood as well as an armed robbery on June 11 in Mount Ephraim.
The Cherry Hill armed robbery took place on June 17 at approximately 7 a.m. at a Lukoil Gas Station in Cherry Hill at 1000 Route 70 West.
Later that day, at approximately 11:31 a.m. at Gil’s Deli located on West Collings Avenue and the White Horse Pike in Collingswood, another armed robbery took place. The man was seen fleeing down the White Horse Pike toward the Heights of Collingswood. He then entered a vehicle, which was seen headed right on West Lakeview Avenue toward Newton Avenue in Oaklyn.
At both robberies, the suspect was seen wearing a blue t-shirt, dark colored shorts, a black hat, tan construction boots with white socks at the time of both incidents.
The suspect is described as a dark skinned man, between six-feet and six-feet, three-inches tall, approximately 250 to 260 pounds, balding and estimated to be between late 30s to mid 40s.
Anyone with information about this individual may contact Mount Ephraim Police Detective Sgt. Errigo or Siefert at (856) 931–2225, Collingswood Police detective Michael Manning at (856) 854–1901, Cherry Hill Police detective Ostermueller at (856) 665–1200 or Camden County Prosecutor’s Office detective Timothy Houck with the major crimes unit at (856) 225–8506. Information may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.