The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering up to $5,000 for information that helps the bureau solve an armed robbery in Waterbury, Vermont.
On April 14, at approximately 10 p.m., a robber struck the Champlain Farms convenience store on North Main Street in Waterbury.
In surveillance pictures released to the media along with the announcement of the $5,000 reward, the robber is seen pointing what appears to be a rifle at the store clerk. The robber's face is obscured by a hoodie and what appears to be a dark bandana.
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“ATF’s immediate concern is public safety," special agent in charge Daniel Kumor said in a news release. "We are confident the public can assist in providing critical information which will ultimately result in an arrest."
Kumor asked anyone with information about the armed robbery to call the Burlington, Vermont ATF office at (802) 865‐4020 during business hours or (800) 800‐3855 after hours, or the Waterbury Police Department at (802) 244-7339.