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The Super America at 1424 Broadway was robbed at gun point just before midnight on March 18. (Annie Harman/Echo Press)

Robbery at Super America could be linked to other crimes

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Just before midnight on March 18, the Alexandria Police Department received a 911 call of a robbery that had just taken place at Super America, located near 15th Avenue and Broadway.

The suspect held the clerk at gun point and demanded cash from the till. He then tied the employee’s hands and ankles and took her to a back room. At one point, the suspect threw the clerk on the floor, causing her to bleed from the nose and face.

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Annie Harman
Annie Harman is a reporter for Echo Press and The Osakis Review. She grew up in Detroit Lakes and graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with a degree in print journalism and history in May 2012. Follow her on Twitter at annieharman
(320) 763-1233
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