Associated Press , Published January 28 2013
Police believe Montana man sought in convenience store robbery might be in NDSIDNEY, Mont. — Police are looking for a 42-year-old robbery suspect who might be traveling through North Dakota after fleeing Sidney, Mont.
The man is identified as Colin Christopher Perel, who is accused of stealing about $34,000 from a convenience store where he has worked since November 2012. Police say they don't know if Perel is armed.
The Williston Herald reports that Sidney police got a complaint Jan. 22 that an off-duty employee emptied the two safes and the cash box from an ATM inside the ExxonMobil SuperPumper convenience store. Police say Perel is driving a red or maroon Honda Passport with the license plate ABU8851.
The newspaper reports that Sidney police have a warrant for Perel's arrest with a $50,000 bond.
People with information are asked to contact their local police.
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