Police: Man with Eye Patch Robbed South End Metro PCS

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Police are looking for a man with an eye patch who reportedly made off with $ 600 from a South End Metro PCS on Tuesday. 

Boston Police Officers responded to a robbery in progress at 776 Tremont Street at about 3:35 p.m. on June 18.

The store’s clerk told police she buzzed the suspect into the store because she recognized him from prior business. However, she said the suspect walked into the store with his hand in his pocket and told the clerk to give him money and not look at him.

The victim took out about $ 600 and handed it to the suspect. The suspect told the victim to stop looking at him and get on the ground as he fled out the door, onto Tremont Street in an unknown direction.

The only description given to police was that the man was wearing an eye patch. Police are still on the lookout for the suspect. 

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