An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS -- An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door and shot at the suspect's vehicle as it drove away.
About 3 p.m. Monday, a man approached an employee of the Cedar Hill Sunoco and demanded money from the cash register. He told the employee he had a weapon while placing his finger to the employees neck but no weapon was seen.
After getting some money from the cash register, the suspect ran out the front door with the employee right behind him.
The employee followed him into the parking lot and then the employee fired five rounds at the suspect, striking his car in the front and passenger side area.The vehicle is described as a small to mid-sized black sedan.
If you recognize the suspect in the picture, call the Cleveland Heights Police at (216) 321-1234 or call the "TIP" line at (216) 291-5010. Callers may remain anonymous.
The suspect is white and likely of Arab descent with a distinct tattoo on his left upper arm. The employee said the suspect was about 5"9" tall with a medium build. If you see him, do not approach him but contact police immediately.