Authorities in counties along Interstate 80 in western Iowa are on the lookout for a man who robbed a convenience store. According to the Adair County Sheriff’s Department, at around 11:20 P.M. Wednesday, a black male entered the Kum-and-Go store just off I-80 in Adair, and demanded money from the teller.
When he came up empty-handed, the man allegedly struck the teller twice with a small caliber handgun and grabbed two packs of cigarettes before running out the door. The robber was described as being a thin, six-foot tall black male, who was wearing an orange ski mask, black coat, blue jeans and black and white gloves.
He left the parking lot in a late model Pontiac Grand Am equipped with a sun roof and side vents on the hood. He was last seen heading westbound on the Interstate.