Nov 6, 2015 3:29 PM

Nashua police say they have identified suspect in gas station robbery

NASHUA - Police say they have identified the suspect they believe robbed the Mobil/Alltown gas station on East Hollis Street as 24-year-old James Rhodes.

The gas station was robbed on Oct. 16 shortly after midnight. Police say the robber entered the store wearing a mask and armed with a knife then demanded money from the clerk. A description of the robber, along with other evidence, led detectives to identify Rhodes as a suspect.

Detectives now have a warrant charging Rhodes with robbery. His last known address was at 16 Edwards Street. Anyone with information about Rhodes location is asked to call the police at 594-3500 and to avoid approaching him since he's considered armed and dangerous.

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