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Police investigate armed robbery at south Fargo Stop-N-Go

FARGO - Police here are investigating a Thursday morning armed robbery at a Stop-N-Go in south Fargo. Officers received a call about 4 a.m. reporting a robbery at the convenience store at 2701 S. University Drive, Sgt. George Vinson said. A clerk...

FARGO - Police here are investigating a Thursday morning armed robbery at a Stop-N-Go in south Fargo.

Officers received a call about 4 a.m. reporting a robbery at the convenience store at 2701 S. University Drive, Sgt. George Vinson said.

A clerk at the store told police a man wearing a black ski mask displayed a weapon, demanded money and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash, Vinson said.

The man had already left by the time police arrived. An attempt to track him with a police dog was unsuccessful.

The clerk said the robber was a slender black male about 6 feet tall wearing all black clothing.

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Vinson said investigators were reviewing security video from the area.

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