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Police: Man wanted for robbing, fondling woman at West Kendall gas station

 
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This screen grab taken from surveillance footage shows a man wanted for robbing and fondling a female patron at a West Kendall gas station almost three weeks ago.
This screen grab taken from surveillance footage shows a man wanted for robbing and fondling a female patron at a West Kendall gas station almost three weeks ago.
COURTESY OF MIAMI-DADE POLICE

crabin@MiamiHerald.com

Miami-Dade police on Wednesday released video footage of a man wanted for robbing and fondling a female patron at a West Kendall gas station almost three weeks ago.

According to police, the 22-year-old woman had just made a purchase and returned to her car at a Shell Station at 10898 SW 104th St., just after 9 p.m. on March 7, when a man entered her vehicle, said he had a weapon, and ordered her to drive off.

While the woman was driving, police said, the man fondled her through her clothes. When they reached Bird Road and Southwest 72nd Avenue, the man demanded money. The woman handed him her wallet, the man took it and fled.

Police said records show the woman's credit card was used at a nearby gas station at the same time a man matching the suspect’s description was seen on a surveillance camera there.

The video shows a thin, white man between 25 and 30 with short hair, wearing a white T-shirt and shorts.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.

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