New surveillance images obtained exclusively by 10/11 News could help solve an armed robbery.
Police just released images of a man who robbed a Lincoln convenience store. It happened at the Shell Station at 60th and Havelock Avenue on September 27th.
"As he approached the clerk, he pulled out a small, black semi-automatic handgun from his right pants pocket and displayed it to the clerk," said LPD Officer Shane Winterbauer.
The man didn't say much, but made it obvious what he wanted.
"The clerk said the suspect stated, "You know what this is, gimme what you got," said Winterbauer.
It's hard for Lincoln Police to know who the man is because his face was covered almost the entire time. Lincoln Police are hoping a lapse in judgment will help them solve this crime.
"The suspect removed his hand from his shirt," said Winterbauer. "At that point, showing his identity to the camera. The suspect grabbed the cash drawer and then exited the store."
But beyond that, Police don't have much else to work with.
"Any evidence is beneficial for us especially when fingerprints are located," said Winterbauer. "In this case, fingerprints were not located, so hopefully with the video that we were able to obtain, somebody will be able to recognize him."
And when someone does recognize him, he's likely facing much more than the felony robbery charge.
"Use of a weapon to commit a felony, terroristic threats, those types of charges are felonies as well," said Winterbauer.
If you know anything about this case, call Crimestoppers at 475-3600. You may be eligible for a $1,000 cash reward.