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PORT CHESTER – Police consider fuel stations in North Citadel and Port Chester might have been robbed at gunpoint by the identical man early Tuesday.

The Exxon station at 750 N. Broadway in North White Plains was robbed at 12:fifty three a.m., then the Shell station at 223 Boston Submit Street in Port Chester was robbed at 2:21 a.m., police stated.

North Citadel police stated the same nature of the robberies, in addition to the outline of the person, recommend the 2 are linked.

On the station in North White Plains, a person walked in with a black semi-automated handgun and demanded money from the clerk, police stated. The person left with an undisclosed sum of money and ran away, police stated. Nobody was injured.

North Fort police described the person as white, probably Hispanic, about 5 ft, eight inches tall, with darkish hair, and sporting a grey sweatshirt and sweatpants and a white surgical masks overlaying his face.

On the station in Port Chester, a person walked in with a gun and demanded cash from the clerk, and ran away with about $1,000, Port Chester police Lt. Anthony Scarlato stated.

The person was sporting a baseball hat and a masks, Scarlato stated.

Anybody with info on the incidents can name Port Chester police at 914-939-one thousand or North Fort police at 914-273-9500.

Twitter: @MattSpillane

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