Dunkin' Donuts in Verona robbed at gunpoint

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Allegheny County police are looking for the masked man authorities said robbed a Dunkin' Donuts in Verona at gunpoint Monday morning.

Verona police Chief Ron McLemore said a man carrying a handgun entered the shop on Allegheny River Boulevard about 6:40 a.m. and demanded cash from three female employees. No one was injured.

The man left with a small amount of cash, Chief McLemore said. Police believe he left on foot.

The man is described as black, about 5-foot-3, calm and soft spoken and wearing a hood, black ski mask and gloves. Surveillance video at the store captured images of him, Chief McLemore said. He added that the women thought the man might be young but that could be because of his height.

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