Gas station held up at gun point
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A South Bend gas station was held up early Wednesday morning on the city's east side.
According to police, the robbery took place at around 12:30 a.m. at the Phillips 66 at Ironwood and Ewing.
An employee says the man came into the store and pointed a gun at him asking for all the money in the cash register.
According to the employee, the suspect was wearing a mask and had most of his body covered.
The employee says he handed over the money and then the man took off.
Police told him they think the suspect's car was parked out back.
The manager tells ABC57 that he got everything on camera. And he is now working with police to try to identify the suspect.
He also says he is not sure how much money was stolen but guesses it is between $300-$400.