Alexandria Police are investigating a robbery that occurred at the Tobacco and Vape King store at 408 E. Glebe Road was robbed on Saturday night.
Police said a suspect walked into the shop on Saturday night and demanded money. The suspect, who fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash, did not present a weapon or imply that he had a weapon, according to police.
The incident occurred Richmond Highway and across the street from Potomac Yard.
No suspect description was available.
NOTIFICATION:: APD is investigating a robbery from a business in the 400 blk of E. Glebe Rd. Around 9:15pm, the suspect entered the Tobacco and Vape store, demanded cash, received it and fled. No injuries reported. Police activity is wrapping up. (Correction)
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) March 7, 2021
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