SFPD: Store & Cart armed theft; Rash of busted automotive home windows; On-line transaction gone unhealthy; Extra phony cash – KELO

Siouix Falls Police briefing graphic.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) — Sioux Falls Police reported various completely different crimes at Wednesday’s briefing.
ARMED ROBBERY AT A SHOP AND CART
Authorities are investigating an armed theft early Wednesday morning.
Police say a person pulled out a gun and demanded cash and cigarettes from the clerk.
The clerk complied.
Police say the sufferer mentioned the robber gave the impression to be a light-skinned black man, about 6 toes tall, 180 kilos, and carrying a masks and a hat.
The clerk was unharmed.
The incident occurred on the Store and Cart on North Minnesota Ave.
A RASH OF BUSTED CAR WINDOWS
Sioux Falls Police are investigating a rash of damaged car home windows throughout pockets of the town.
Police say largely entrance windshields are smashed, but additionally some again home windows and facet mirrors.
Incidents have occurred over the previous a number of days in east, west, and central Sioux Falls.
Not like earlier vandalism like this, the police don’t see a sample to the harm.
GAME CONSOLE “SALE” LEADS TO ROBBERY
One other on-line transaction, one other ripoff.
Sioux Falls Police are investigating a theft that occurred Tuesday night time within the 400 block of North Valley View Street.
A person was promoting a gaming console, or so he thought.
Two males approached him and took the gadget.
The sufferer was not harmed.
MORE FUNNY MONEY
Somebody efficiently handed one other faux invoice.
This one was a $50 invoice at a Sioux Falls enterprise.
Police are investigating.

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