YORK -- A York teen was robbed at a Congress Street gas station last week and police are still searching for the suspect.
Police are investigating a robbery that happened around 9 p.m. at the convenience store at 512 N. Congress St. on March 10, according to a York Police report. The report states a man approached a 16-year-old girl outside the store and demanded money. He told the girl he had a gun and would harm her if she didn't cooperate. The girl didn't have the cash the man demanded but instead turned over her cell phone, valued at $300, to the suspect, the report states.
After he fled on foot, police searched for the man with a canine and tried to track the phone. The girl was not harmed. The police report described the suspect as a black male in his 20s with a bald head and wearing blue jeans and a blue and white striped polo shirt. The case is still under investigation.