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Green Bay Police search for ‘remorseful robber’

GREEN BAY, WIS. — Police are looking for a suspect in two robberies that happened Tuesday night.

The first occurred at the Dairy Queen on Main Street at approximately 7:20pm. The second robbery occurred several hours later at approximately 10:48pm at the Speedway gas station on E. Mason Street.

Police say in both robberies, a black man entered the stores with a handgun. He was wearing a blue puffy looking winter jacket and a gray over black Milwaukee Bucks stocking cap with a black ball or pom-pom on the top.

Police say the suspect was “remorseful”, apologizing to the clerk while demanding money. Police say based on comments he made at the scene he appears to be going through an emotionally challenging time in his life. In the first robbery he identified himself to the clerk as “Shawn”. It has not been confirmed that his first name is actually Shawn.

Police say in the second robbery incident he was seen getting into a white or very light colored 4 door car that was described as “boxy looking”.

Anyone with information on these incidents is encouraged to contact Detective John Peters at the Green Bay Police Department (920) 448-3208 reference case numbers #18-213886 and 18-213888. You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward by contacting Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers by phone at (920) 432-STOP (7867), through their website at

www.432stop.com

, or by downloading the P3 app through Google play or App store.

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