TOWN OF WHEATFIELD, NY (WIVB) - UPDATE| The Niagara County Sheriff's Office reports that after further investigation a second person of interest is wanted following an armed robbery at Matty's, on Forest Parkway, in the Town of Wheatfield.
Friday night shortly before midnight Niagara County Sheriff's deputies responded to an armed robbery call at Matty's, on Forest Parkway, in the Town of Wheatfield.
The suspect ordered the clerk and another employee to lay on the floor behind the counter while he proceeded to take an undetermined amount of money from the register and several packs of cigarettes. The man threatened use of a handgun but did not display one.
The suspect is described as black male approximately 6'0" with a large build, wearing a gray hoodie, a baseball cap, dark blue pants and black sneakers.
The man left the store fleeing to the north, towards a rear parking lot.
A second person of interest is a black male with a light complexion. He is approximately 6'5", heavy set, bald and has a mustache. He was wearing a blue shirt, jean shorts and white sneakers.
The suspect's vehicle is believed to be a black suv, possible a chevrolet with yellow New York State license plates.
The Sheriff's office criminal investigation bureau is currently investigating.
They ask that if you have any information please contact the Niagara County Sheriff's Office at 438-3393 (24 hours) or during normal business hours, Investigator Tracy Steen can be reached at 438-3337
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