Madison police respond to armed robbery at Harry’s Market Sunday, officials say
MADISON, Wis. — The Madison police department responded to reports of an armed robbery at Harry’s Market Sunday, officials said.
Police responded at 2:12 p.m. to the market on 555 W.Mifflin St., according to officials.
The suspect is described as a male wearing a dark blue jacket with a checkered pattern on the shoulders, blue jeans, dark tennis shoes, and a ski mask, according to an incident report.
The man was carrying a black handgun and demanded money, which he allegedly put in a yellow bag, police said.
Police said the suspect then fled and likely changed into a dark orange jacket while in an alley.
Officials are on the scene and request any additional information on the suspect be sent to the City of Madison Police Department.
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