Horsham Police are on the lookout for a white male about five feet seven inches tall who allegedly robbed the 7-Eleven convenience store at 100 Moreland Avenue.
Police said the man, who had some facial hair and was wearing a hoodie and dirty jeans during the 2:40 p.m. robbery Sunday, demanded that the clerk give him all the money. The suspect put his right hand into his pocket and made motions indicating he had a weapon, according to police. He then fled the store toward Blair Mill Road.
Police said about $300 was taken during the robbery. Surveillance video is not available, police said, because the store's recorder was not working.
The suspect is believed to have fled in a vehicle which may have been parked in the rear of the store. Police said the subject's description is similar to that of a man who robbed a 7-Eleven store in Warminster Township on May 26.
Any departments with similar incidents, or anyone who may have witnessed this robbery should contact Horsham Police Detective Bob Waeltz at 215-643-8284.