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Video released in Millbrook Sonic armed robbery

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MILLBROOK, AL (WSFA) -

The Millbrook Police Department is looking for the suspect in an armed robbery at a Sonic Drive-In Sunday.

The unidentified suspect went to the business on Dudley Drive and forced an employee inside at gunpoint to open the safe.

Police say the suspect took cash and fled in a small, four-door car driven by a second suspect. The car was parked behind the nearby Auto Zone.

Tony Garrett with CrimeStoppers hopes someone recognizes the man from surveillance video.

"Sonic is known to have a lot of people around the business, for this person to walk up with a gun and expect no one from the area to call, or witnessing to call – that speaks volumes," Garrett said. "That’s what frightens me,  that this person is that brave or bold to go up and do this. We are thinking he may not be in the right frame of mind, we want him off the streets immediately. He may be in a position where he’s on the edge. We want him captured immediately."

The suspect is described as six feet tall, about 200 pounds, with medium length hair and a mustache/goatee combo. He was wearing large earrings, a black Bulls hat with a red bill, black socks, black slides and a navy blue tracksuit with green, red, and white accents. 

Anyone with information should call the police or CrimeStoppers at 215-STOP. 

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